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Pasco County Supervisor of Elections announced election date

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PASCO COUNTY, FL (WFLA) -

The Supervisor of Elections for Pasco County, Brian E. Corley, announced Wednesday that elections for three municipalities will be held on Tuesday, April 9. The cities of New Port Richey, St. Leo, and Zephyrhills will be holding elections. Corley also announced that bookclosing for this election is Monday, March 11.

Municipal elections are for voters residing within the city limits only. Information on city candidates and election results will be available on the Pasco County Supervisor of Elections' Website, www.pascovotes.com. Sample ballots will be published in the newspapers on Sunday, April 7.

All voters going to the polls for Municipal Elections should bring photo and signature identification, or they will be required to vote with a provisional ballot. Voters are also encouraged to update their voter registration records prior to election day by reporting any change in address.

 

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