Know Where to Vote in Largo on Election Day?

The polls will be open on Election Day, Nov. 6 from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.

Polling locations around Largo will be open on Election Day from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.

Some polling places have changed since the last election, so be sure to double-check your precinct location online before you go or call (727) 464-VOTE.

Largo Polling Places General Election 2012

Place Address Precinct Number Palm Garden of Largo 10500 Starkey Road 256, 264 Bardmoor Community Center 8345 Bardmoor Blvd. 257, 263, 267 Election Service Center 13001 Starkey  266, 273 Ranchero Village Co-op 7100 Ulmerton Road 268 Minnreg Building 6340 126th Avenue 269 Lighthouse of Pinellas 6925 112 Circle N 270,271, 272 New Testament Baptist Church 2050 South Belcher Road 274, 330 New Hope Church of Christ 11025 131st Street 309 Christ the King Lutheran Church 11220 Oakhurst Road 312, 321 Heritage Village 11909 125th Street 313 Orange Lake Civic Center 11803 104th Street 317 Gulf Coast Church 13301 Walsingham Road 320 Pinellas County Parks & Conservation Resources 12520 Ulmerton Road 322 Anona United Methodist Church 13233 Indian Rocks Road 323, 343 Greater Ridgecrest Branch YMCA 1801 119th Street 324 Palm Hill Country Club 1800 Seminole Blvd. 325 Barrington Retirement Community  901 Seminole Blvd. 326 Historic Largo Feed Store 295 Central Park Drive 327, 339, 346 Fairway Village Mobile Home Park 1100 S. Belcher Road 328 East Bay Oaks Mobile Home Park 601 Starkey 334 Highland Recreation Complex 400 Highland Avenue 336 Christ Presbyterian Church 3115 Dryer Avenue 340 Pinecrest Place 1150 8th Avenue SW 342 St Paul United Methodist Church 1199 Highland Avenue 345

What to bring to the polls?

Bring photo and signature identification with you to the polls if possible to avoid delays and paperwork. Anyone without a current, valid ID may vote a provisional ballot, according to the Supervisor of Elections.

change in election law now requires that address changes from another Florida county made at the polls will require the voter to vote a provisional ballot, except for active military voters and their families.

Address changes within the county may be made by calling 464-VOTE or emailing election@votepinellas.com; include date of birth.

Want to drop off your vote by mail ballot? Here's a list of drop off locations.


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