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Early Voting in Indian River County – 2022 IRC Primary Election

August 15, 2022

Early Voting is underway in Indian River County.

Early Voting will be going on in Indian River County from Saturday August 13th to August 20th 7AM to 4PM.

The candidates and their supporters have been at the three early voting sites throughout the week.

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School Board Member District 2 and Candidate Jackie Rosario with her son/Campaign Manager Nicholas Rosario

The following locations will be available for early voting:

  • Sebastian City Hall Council Chambers – 1225 Main Street, Sebastian, FL 32958

  • Supervisor of Elections Office – 4375 43rd Avenue, Vero Beach, FL 32967

  • Indian River County Main Library – 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach, FL 32960

Any Indian River County resident can go to any of the Early Voting sites.

If you chose to vote on August 23rd on Election Day, you HAVE TO vote at your assigned precinct voting site. You can get that information from either your voter registration card or from the Indian River County Supervisor of Elections Office. Website for Indian River County Supervisor of Elections Office is

Constituents only need to bring a Driver’s License or Government Issued I.D. with them when they go vote Early or on Election Day. If you need an I.D., you can get one from the Indian River County Tax Collector’s Office.

Indian River News has endorsed the following candidates in the 2022 Primary Election:

  • James Shaw – Republican Candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture

  • Jackie Rosario – School Board District 2 (incumbent and endorsed by Governor DeSantis)

  • Thomas Kenny – School Board District 4

  • Joann Binford – County Commission District 4

Indian River News has recommended for Judicial Races:

  • Rebecca White – Circuit Judge Group 1 (appointed by Governor DeSantis)

  • Leatha Mullins – Circuit Judge Group 2

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