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2007 Florida Statutes

Section 101.573, Florida Statutes 2007

101.573  Record of votes by precinct.--

(1)  Within 35 days after the date of a municipal election or runoff, whichever occurs later, a presidential preference primary, a primary election, a special election, or a general election, the supervisor of elections shall file with the Department of State precinct-level election results, in an electronic format specified by the Department of State, for that election cycle. Precinct-level election results shall separately record for each precinct all demographic data associated with each precinct at book close for each election, individual vote history, the returns of ballots cast at the precinct location, the returns of absentee ballots cast by voters registered in the precinct, and the returns of early ballots cast by voters registered in the precinct. The data are required to be cross-referenced by political party and other demographic information as defined by the Department of State. The Department of State shall create a uniform system for the collection and reporting of such precinct-level election results and vote history.

(2)  The Department of State shall adopt rules pursuant to ss. 120.536(1) and 120.54 prescribing the form by which supervisors of elections shall submit election results for each precinct.

History.--s. 36, ch. 2005-278; s. 28, ch. 2007-30.