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Alachua County Voters Have Until 5 p.m. Saturday To Cure Rejected Vote-By-Mail And Provisional Ballots

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Alachua County voters who had their provisional or vote by mail ballot rejected due to a signature mismatch and received notice after 5 p.m. Nov. 1 will have until 5 p.m. Saturday to cure their ballot.

Voters must go to the Supervisor of Elections office at 515 N. Main St. in Gainesville to cure their ballot. A ballot is mismatched if the signature on the ballot does not correspond with the signature on the voter registration card.

The Alachua County canvassing board has rescheduled its 4 pm meeting today to certify election results until tomorrow at 6 p.m. to include the restored ballots.

About Cassandra Alamilla

Cassandra Alamilla is a reporter for WUFT news. She can be reached at (786) 214-0237 or cassandraalamilla@gmail.com. Follow her on Twitter: @cassie_alamilla.

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