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[Summary]Primary election By-election (special election) Direct / Indirect Sortition (allotment) Anonymous elector Apportionment Boundary delimitation (redistricting) Crossover voting Election silence Gerrymandering Cash For Vote Psephology (electoral study a

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Primary election

By-election (special election)

Direct / Indirect

Sortition (allotment)

Anonymous elector

Apportionment

Boundary delimitation (redistricting)

Crossover voting

Election silence

Gerrymandering

Cash For Vote

Psephology (electoral study and analysis)

Secret ballot

Two-round ("runoff")

Political party

Voting systems

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After a statewide election, each of the 58 counties is required by law to send their certified election results to the Secretary of State up to 30 days after Election Day. The Secretary of State then has up to 7 days to compile the complete Statement of Vote (SOV), which contains official results from each county. The Secretary of State has until 158 days after Election Day to compile a Supplement to the Statement of Vote (SSOV), which contains more detailed election information from each county.

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How to vote in the presidential primary elections

Despite the constant hum of media coverage for the 2016 United States presidential election, we're still far from casting a vote for the presidency. We don't even have defined candidates yet!

Who Can Vote Primary Election
Donald Trump in New Hampshire, one of the first two states where primaries are held. Gretchen Ertl / Reuters

Everything you need to know about how the presidential primary works

Who Can Vote Primary Election

The rules of the primary process, explained.

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Division of Elections

Quick Facts - Primary Election

What is the Primary Election?

The 2016 Primary Election is held 10 weeks before the General Election. In the Primary Election, voters registered with one of Florida’s political parties express their preference for the candidates they would like to see representing their party on the General Election ballot in November. In addition, all voters, regardless of party affiliation, may vote in non-partisan races on the ballot (such as school boards), referendums, or proposed constitutional amendments.

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