Broward Early Voting Totals For Monday: 3,617 Ballots Cast

The unofficial numbers from the Broward Supervisor Of Elections Office (SOE) continue to show a lack of enthusiasm from Democrats. On Monday, Broward SOE announced only 3,617 ballots were cast at early voting locations across the county. These polling places are located in supposed Democrat strongholds.

Here are the total early votes cast in Broward on Monday by location.

  • African-American Research Library 151 votes.
  • Dania Beach Library 37 votes.
  • Davie/Cooper City Library 187 votes.
  • Emma Lou Olson Civic Center 192 votes.
  • Fort Lauderdale Library/Artserve 195 votes.
  • Hallandale Beach Community Center 93 votes.
  • Hollywood Library 171 votes.
  • Miramar Library 234 votes.
  • North Lauderdale Library 33 votes.
  • North Regional Library/Broward College North Campus 105 votes.
  • Northwest Regional Library Coral Springs 213 votes.
  • Nova Southeastern University 32 votes.
  • Oveta McKeithan Recreational Complex 100 votes.
  • Pine Trails Amphitheater 79 votes.
  • SOE Pompano Beach 87 votes.
  • SOE Lauderhill Mall 259 votes.
  • South Regional Library/Broward College South Campus 111 votes.
  • Southwest Regional Library Pembroke Pines 313 votes.
  • Sunrise Senior Center 152 votes.
  • Tamarac Library 270 votes.
  • West Regional Library Plantation 218 votes.
  • Weston Library 190 votes.
  • Women’s Club Of Wilton Manors 195 votes.

Here are the early voting numbers added to vote by mail totals, by party:

  • Democrats 67,444 votes.
  • Republicans 19,133 votes.
  • No Party Affiliation 13,092 votes.
  • Other 860 votes.

2 thoughts on “Broward Early Voting Totals For Monday: 3,617 Ballots Cast

  1. MARK

    With mail in ballots becoming so prominent, early voting has slowed down especially during primary voting. Would like to see the numbers of voters for mail in voting for this primary period to date.

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  2. boomerbabysage

    “show a lack of enthusiasm from Democrats” Looking at your summary of the early voting numbers for each of the three registered class of voters it would appear there’s some “lack of enthusiasm” at all levels, esp. with the Republican and NPA voters, but, sure Tom, it’s just the registered Democratic voters. LOL. In any case, as already pointed out, and you know, people have been favoring mail-in voting as of late so in-person early voting numbers have been fairly consistently low (esp. in a non-Presidential election year). It is also primaries and not a general election. Additionally, it’s the summer still and parents are also focused on getting their children started in the new school year. Etc., etc. In short, none of this is remotely surprising and I suspect you already know that. But, let’s see what happens in November…and, of course, 2024.

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