Voters Want Voices Heard In Election
Millions of dollars has been spent on political advertisements and mailers to get you to the polls, but that's not always what voters attribute as their reason for voting.
After early voting set records for a midterm election in Alachua County, poll workers and deputies prepared for an influx of people.
Up for grabs are several Statewide and local races and as well as amendments, referendums and ordinances.
It's been a contentious campaign season and everyone from including a first-timer, a life-timer and a public servant have at least one thing in common on election day, they all want their voices heard.
Some quick reminders, polls will be open until 7pm but you must vote at your designated precinct to cast a ballot.
You also must bring a valid I.D.
For more information on candidates and ballot issues in Alachua County, visit
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