Supervisor of Elections talks election day amid coronavirus concerns

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BAY COUNTY, Fla. (WJHG) Today, March 17, is the day to cast your vote in the 2020 Florida Presidential Preference Primary Election. Jordan McCool was live with Bay County Supervisor of Elections Mark Anderson with what residents need to know before hitting the polls.

Anderson says they are doing everything they can to keep polling locations clean and is encouraging those coming to vote to get in and out as soon as possible and wash your hands before attending.

Those registered to vote can cast their ballot at 13 sites from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Those sites are:
Site 1 - Lyndell Conference Center at 423 Lyndell Lane in Panama City Beach
Site 2 - Frank Nelson Building at 4201 W.22nd Street in Panama City
Site 3 - Robert's Hall at 831 Florida Ave in Lynn Haven
Site 4 - Palo Alto Church of Christ at 3119 N. Hwy 231 in Panama City
Site 5 - Parkway Presbyterian Church at 505 S. Tyndall Pkwy in Callaway
Site 6 - Supervisor of Elections Office at 830 W. 11th Street in Panama City
Site 7 - Glenwood Community Center at 722 E. 9th Court in Panama City
Site 8 - LaQuinta Inn at 7115 Coastal Palms Blvd in Panama City Beach
Site 9 - Woodstock Church at 17495 Panama City Beach Pkwy in Panama City Beach
Site 10 - Sand Hills Fire Station at 13010 Hwy 77 in Southport
Site 11 - Youngstown Fire Station at 11771 Hwy 231 in Youngstown
Site 12 - Fountain Fire Station at 17822 Center Dr in Fountain
Site 13 - Mexico Beach City Hall at 201 Paradise Path in Mexico Beach

For more information, watch Jordan's full interview.

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