Here’s What You Need to Know About Tuesday’s Elections

vote herePolls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday.  Ballots include party primaries for statewide offices, Congress, Florida Legislature and Polk County Commission and non-partisan elections for Polk School Board and circuit judge. Before voting, check our voter guide to research candidates. Keep scrolling for information on where to vote, check campaign finance reports and how to get election results.

Polling places, sample ballots: Find your precinct and check a sample ballot customized to your address.

Mail voting: If you requested and received a mail ballot, you have until 7 p.m. Tuesday to turn it in. If you decide to go to your polling place instead, you can turn in your mail ballot and vote a precinct ballot instead.

Research candidates and ballot issues: Check LkldNow’s voter guide to the local races on Tuesday’s ballot. It also includes links to find out more about statewide races.

Campaign contributions: Check the links in our voter guide or search donation and spending reports for county races, Florida races or federal races.

Election results: Start checking around 7:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Polk Supervisor of Elections results page for county races and the Florida Division of Elections for state and federal races.