Madison County Voters Can VOTE RIGHT NOW in Special Wet/Dry Election
Already dozens of Madison County voters have made sure that their voice was heard by casting their vote in the Local Option “Wet/Dry” Special Election. All you need to do is walk into the Supervisor of Elections NEW office at 239 SW Pinckney Street in Madison and cast your vote to change the county’s dry status to WET!!
“We have been very busy and it’s been steady,” said Tommy Hardee, Madison County Supervisor of Elections. “We’ve got a great staff here and we are ready.”
This advanced voting is referred to as an “in-office absentee ballot”. It is a great way to get the job done and it saves the Supervisor of Elections, the county, and the voter the cost of mailing an absentee ballot. As you enter the office, voters show their driver’s license and declare that they are there to “cast an in-office absentee ballot for the special election”. At that point one of the assistants will print out a custom absentee envelope and ballot specifically for that voter. The voter then takes the envelope to the voting stand, where they open the envelope and retrieve the ballot. There are two questions on the ballot, MadisonYES supports voting “FOR” on the first question, and voting “FOR” sale by package and drink” on the second question. The entire process takes just a couple of minutes.
“We have come a long way to get to this point and it’s important that voters understand that there are two critical questions on the ballot,” said Ted Ensminger, chairman of MadisonYES. “Voting ‘FOR’ expanded alcohol sales and ‘FOR’ sale by package and by the drink means more jobs for Madison County, an increase in tax revenues and the eradication of a development impediment for our county.”
For additional information or to volunteer, please call 850-973-4YES (937) or email to email@example.com or you can log on to www.madisonyes.com or www.facebook.com/madisonyes
MadisonYES is a registered political action committee with Campaign Headquarters located at the intersection of Range Avenue and US 90, across the street from the Four Freedoms Monument at 199 E. Base Street, Madison, FL, 32340.