The final countdown to Election Day 2020 is in full swing.
In fact, many of the 14,065,627 registered voters in the State of Florida are casting their ballots early to ensure their vote is counted.
But how can you double-check if your vote has indeed been counted for the Nov. 3 election? ABC Action News is breaking it down for you below:
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You can check to see if your vote was counted by visiting the state's Division of Elections website.
Once on the website, you put in your name and birth date. You then click the link titled "Ballot and Precinct Information."
After clicking the link, you will be taken to your county supervisor of elections website where it will display your ballot status and whether it’s been counted.
According to the Florida Division of Elections, "Your Notice of Rights will include instructions on how to find out if your provisional ballot was counted, and if not, the reason(s) why. You should be able to get this information no later than 30 days following the election. (Sections 101.048, Fla. Stat.) Contact information is here."
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