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Voting Details for Florida
If you live in Florida, here is what you have to know and how you can cast your vote for Drew Kopf for President of the United States in the 2004 National Federal Election.
Florida State Requirements

This Link will take you to the Florida Laws regarding Elections. There was one mention of "write-in" which stated: "(4) “Candidate” means any person to whom any one or more of the following applies: (b) Any person who seeks to qualify for election as a write-in candidate." If anyone can help us figure out if the State of Florida requires us to notify it that we are running as a write-in candidate on some form, please let us know.

With regard to electors, we found the following: "(10)(11) “Elector” is synonymous with the word “voter” or “qualified elector or voter,” except where the word is used to describe presidential electors." We sure would like to know how to designate Presidential Electors and to submit them to the State of Florida. If anyone can helps do this, it would be greatly appreciated.

Voter Registration Deadline is: Monday, October 4, 2004. Please DO NOT WAIT. Register Now and be ready to vote for Drew Kopf for President.
General Election Day is: General Election Day is Tuesday, November 2, 2004
How to Write-In Drew Kopf in the Elcection Booth:

Here is a Link to 1S-2.028 State Write-in Ballot.

1S-2.0031 Write-in Procedures.
(1) Definition – As used in this rule, the term “write-in vote” means either a handwritten name of a candidate or the name of a candidate which has been input on a direct recording device.
(2) In order to familiarize the voter with the location of write-in positions on the ballot, all sample ballots produced or distributed pursuant to Section 101.20, F.S., shall show the location where a voter will write-in or input the name of a write-in candidate in any race in which a write-in candidate has qualified.
(3) The location of the write-in positions on the ballot shall be clearly marked by the words “Write-In Candidate” or “Write-In” directly below the candidates whose names appear on the ballot in each office for which a write-in candidate has qualified.
(4) Any abbreviation, misspelling, or other minor variation in the form of the name of a candidate must be disregarded in determining the validity of a write-in vote.
(5) The last name of the candidate for Governor or the last name of the candidate for Lieutenant Governor shall be sufficient to cast a write-in vote for the tandem office.
(6) The last name of the candidate for President or the last name of the candidate for Vice President shall be sufficient to cast a write-in vote for the tandem office.
(7) Unless the canvassing board is required to determine voter intent pursuant to Section 101.5614, F.S., or Rule 1S-2.027, F.A.C., a write-in vote shall only count on an optical scan ballot if the oval or arrow next to the write-in space is filled in.
Specific Authority 101.5608(3), (4) FS. Law Implemented 101.5608, 101.5614, 103.022 FS. History–New 12-20-82, Formerly 1C-7.031, Amended 7-7-86, Formerly 1C-7.0031, Amended 7-28-02.

Q: How do I request an Absantee Ballot?

This is what we found at the Florida Division of Elections web site: Call your Supervisor of Elections office to ask about an absentee ballot as soon as you know that you will be unable to go to the polls on Election Day. When requesting an absentee ballot, whether by phone or by letter, you must provide the last four digits of your Social Security Number, your name, residence address, date of birth, and voter identification number. Your request for an absentee ballot may be denied if you do not provide the required information. Specify the election(s) for which you wish to receive an absentee ballot and provide a mailing address. Check with your elections office if you need more information.

Here a Link to the Florida State Law regarding Absantee Ballots.

And here is another Link to 1S-2.026 Alternative Procedure for Voting by Absentee Ballot.

Q: What if I ordered an Absentee Ballot but it did not arrive yet?


A: The Federal Write-In Absantee Ballot is only valid when a regular ballot from the state or territory has already been requested, in a timely manner, and has not been received. Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA)

Here are detaila about the Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot (FWAB SF-186)
for US Citizens who are Missouri citizens.

How do I get help? Overseas Military and Civilian Citizens contact Voting Assiatance Officer. Other Overseas Citizens may obtain supplies of the FWAB by contacting the FVAP directly at vote@fvap.ncr.gov