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Wed, July 18, 2018

Orange County Supervisor of Elections announces polling place changes

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On Monday, July 16, the Orange County Supervisor of Elections office began mailing new voter information cards to Orange County voters whose polling places have changed for the 2018 elections.

“We encourage everyone to check their registration information and update their voter record before election day, if needed,” said Bill Cowles, Orange County Supervisor of Elections. “This will save the voter time on election day and will ensure they receive important election mailings.”

All voters affected by the below polling place changes will receive a new voter information card and official sample ballot reflecting this new information. Voters can also find their sample ballot at orangcountyvotes.com. Voters can review and update their information at any time on the Orange County Supervisor of Elections website – orangecountyvotes.com – or call the office at (407) 836-VOTE (8683).

Polling place changes affect the following West Orange precincts:

  • Precinct 130 will move to Lake Whitney Elementary School at 1351 Windermere Road from Windermere Seventh Day Adventist Church.
  • Precinct 138 will move to Stoneybrook West Golf Club at 15501 Towne Commons Boulevard from Oasis Community Church.
  • Precinct 140 will move to Water Conserv II Distribution Center at 17498 McKinney Road from Orange County National Golf Center.
  • Precinct 215 will move to New Life Church at 3311 N Powers Drive from Orlando Baptist Temple.
  • Precinct 219 will move to West Oaks Mall at 9401 W Colonial Drive from New Life Church.
  • Precinct 220 will move to Woman’s Club of Ocoee at 4 N Lakewood Avenue from Ocoee Lakeshore Center.

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