Charlotte County early voting location changes after Ian

Writer: Matthew Seaver
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Voters at a polling place. Credit: CBS

Charlotte County has released a list of early voting locations that will be up and running for the upcoming election.

Hurricane Ian has had an impact on where Charlotte County voters can vote. The county says Mid-County Public Library won’t be available as a voting location.

There are four early voting locations in Charlotte County that the county says can be voted at no matter where you live in the county. They are:

  • Charlotte County Administration Building: Murdock Circle, Port Charlotte
  • Jarrett Ford of Charlotte County: Tamiami Trail (corner of US 41 and Olean Blvd)
  • Mac V. Horton West County Annex: San Casa Drive, Englewood
  • Old Historic Courthouse: Taylor Street, Punta Gorda

For Election Day on November 8th, voters must vote in the polling location assigned to them by law. All voters may vote at the polling location at which they have traditionally voted, with the following six exceptions:

  • Mid-County Public Library has been moved to the Charlotte County Administration Building
  • Port Charlotte Beach Park has been moved to Meadow Park Elementary School
  • Port Charlotte Middle School has been moved to the Jarrett Ford Dealership (US41 & Olean Blvd)
  • Charlotte County Fairgrounds has been moved to Murdock Middle School
  • Burnt Store Presbyterian Church has been moved to S. Punta Gorda Heights Civic Assoc.
  • Babcock Ranch (Lee Health) has been moved to Babcock Ranch Field House

If you have any questions, you can visit the county’s website, or you can call 941-833-5400.

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