That’s nearly double the 15,785 who voted in an eight-day event August 2012 but a little more than half of the 54,092 who took part in early voting in nine days in March, which included the presidential primary.
Palm Beach County voters today will choose candidates for state, county and local offices in 14 nonpartisan races, 11 Democratic primaries, four Republican primaries, one Libertarian primary and two universal primaries. The universal primaries in this case are the Democratic primaries for public defender and state Senate District 29. Also on the ballot is a referendum on a state constitutional amendment for an alternative energy tax credit and ballot questions for voters in Boca Raton, Loxahatchee Groves and Wellington.
To see a sample ballot for today’s vote, or for more information, contact the elections office at 561-656-6200 or visit www.pbcelections.org.