Precinct 49, Lee County, FL

2016 Letter to Precinct 49 Democrats

Let's role play for a moment. Pretend I just knocked on your door and you answered.

"Hi. My name is Steven Blumrosen. We're neighbors. We live in Bonita Springs and vote at the same polling locations. I have been elected Democratic Precinct Committeeman for Precinct 49 in Lee County, FL. Nice to meet you. I understand you may be a Democrat who recently registered and has not voted in Florida before. Or, maybe you're an old-timer who was waiting for the Democratic Precinct Committeeperson to show up.

"Let me tell you a little about myself. Until recently I was homebound, so most of my work contacting Democratic neighbors was done on the phone.
I have been fortunate in that the Democrats who are home and answer their phone when I call have been, for the most part, interesting people concerned about issues, vocal about both Democrats and the electoral system in Lee County.

"Overall, it has been a good experience. After all - we're neighbors.

"If you would like to find out more about being a Democratic Precinct Committeeman or Committeewoman, please feel free to contact me."

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There are three ways for Democrats in Precinct 49 to vote:
Vote-by-mail (Most practical. Take your time, double-check, make sure it is done correctly),
Early voting at a limited number of polling places, and
Election Day voting at the polls (Most exciting; Swell with civic pride joining our neighbors to vote).

For details on these three ways of voting, see "Elections" on this website.

On an election day, Precinct 49 votes at:

St. Leo The Great Catholic Church
28290 Beaumont Rd.
Bonita Springs FL 34134

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