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Still time to register

October 6, 2012
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

Residents not yet registered but planning to vote in the Nov. 6 General Election should make note - registration books for this election close Tuesday.

There are numerous locations at which to register in person with the primary locations being the Lee County Elections offices:

* Main Office - Downtown Fort Myers

Constitutional Complex

2480 Thompson St, 3rd Floor

Fort Myers

(corner of Fowler St and

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd)

239 LEE-VOTE (239-533-8683)

Monday - Friday

8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

* Cape Coral Branch Office

1031 SE 9th Pl, Suite 3

Cape Coral

(across the street from

the Lee County Government Center)


Monday - Friday

8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

* Bonita Springs Branch Office

Coconut Commerce Center

24951 Old US 41 Rd

Bonita Springs


Monday - Friday

8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

* Lee County Election Center

South Fort Myers Branch Office

13180 S Cleveland Ave

Fort Myers

(across the street from the

Bell Tower Shops)


Monday - Friday

8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

The presidential race, of course, is getting the most attention, even at the local level, but there are a number of key, federal, state and county races up for voter consideration.

Among them are a U.S. Senate race; congressional races, including the one up for grabs as a result of Connie Mack's senate bid; a state senate race and house races; a school board seat; four county commission seats; two constitutional offices, including tax collector and sheriff; and seats on the Lee County Hospital Board.

Also on the ballot are numerous amendments as well as a local referendum that would allow slot machines at Naples-Fort Myers Greyhound Racing & Poker .

There's lots to decide.

We urge those who intend to cast a ballot but who are not yet registered to do so.

And we continue to encourage all voters to access the abundance of election-related information out there.

In addition to the remaining presidential debates, there are forums remaining on the local level.

Watch the local media, such as The Breeze, for notices about candidate forums and debates.

Visit candidate web sites and take a minute to read campaign literature.

For state and federal races, go to or for local races.

And, of course, check out news stories, both online and in print.

- Breeze editorial



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