With only a week to go, the Leon County supervisor of election’s office has been unable to deliver 17,000 coal plant referendum ballots to registered Tallahassee voters.
If you haven't received your ballot yet, the elections office needs to hear from you by Thursday. If you miss that deadline, you still have a chance to vote.
You can go to the first floor of the Leon County Courthouse so you can pick up a ballot or turn one in.
"I think we would do it again, although I think we would try to do a much larger publicity campaign ahead of time to try and get people to change their addresses that may not be current with our office."
Sancho says his office has received more than 21,000 ballots so far. A 50 percent voter participation is expected. Ballots must be in the elections office no later than 7 p.m. Thursday, November 17.
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