Final day of Early Voting in Daytona

Filed under DAYTONA BEACH, DELAND, VOLUSIA

Local candidates attend a community forum sponsored by the Alpha Kappa Alpha Inc. graduate chapter sorority in Daytona Beach. (ASHLEY THOMAS/DAYTONA TIMES)

STAFF REPORTS

Today marks the eighth and final day of early voting in Volusia County, FL. Voters have until 7 p.m. to be in line to cast their ballots at one of the five early voting locations in the county.

Throughout the past month efforts from Democrat, Republican and non-partisan efforts have held campaign events and “Get-Out-The-Vote” measures to earn the vote of Central Floridians.

 

First Lady Michelle Obama speaks at the Daytona Beach Ocean Center on Thursday, Nov. 1. (ASHLEY THOMAS/DAYTONA TIMES)

 

 

 

 

Local candidates have attended an array of forums across Daytona Beach at churches, civic centers and parks; First Lady Michelle Obama spoke before an enthusiastic group of 5000 at the Daytona Beach Ocean Center and Republican Presidential nominee, Gov. Mitt Romney and his running mate Senator Paul Ryan spoke to a group of thousands at the Daytona Beach Bandshell during Daytona Beach’s highly attended Biketoberfest.

 

 

Additionally the Rev. Jesse Jackson and Congresswoman Corrine Brown  made several stops in Volusia County to rally voters to support President Obama.

 

 

 

 

 

Check back often for full election coverage through Tuesday.

The above screenshot shows a list of votes tallied through Nov. 2, 2012 during early voting in Volusia County. As of this tally a total of 51,119 votes have been cast with Democrats having cast five thousand more votes than Republicans. Nov. 3 is the final day of early voting in Florida. Election Day is Nov. 6. (Volusia Supervisor of Elections)

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