Broward "Save All Ballot Images" Caravan

When you vote, the voting machine takes a picture of your ballot. This picture is called a ballot image. Your votes are counted from the scanned image of the ballot, not from the paper ballot itself. The scanned ballot image should be saved as evidence of how you actually voted and how your votes were counted.

Federal law (52 USC 20701) and state law (Florida statute 119.011(12) require ALL election records to be saved for 22 months after an election, ballot images included. But shockingly, the Supervisor of Elections in Broward County, Peter Antonacci, is choosing to not save all ballot images. There is a lawsuit in Florida, but we can't wait. We need to bring awareness to this issue and reason with our Supervisor of Elections.

Please join us for a STAY IN YOUR CAR, Honk and Drive By, of the Supervisor of Elections on Wednesday July 29, at 8am Sharp.

The office is located on the back side of a mall and the address is 1501 N.W. 40th Ave. Lauderhill, FL 33313

Sign ideas for your car: SAVE ALL BALLOT IMAGES or WE WANT TRANSPARENCY or WHAT ARE YOU HIDING?

Event hashtags: #BrowardSaveAllBallotImages #DemandBetterFL

We need to get the word out, and we highly recommend you share on social media. But, for everyone's safety, please do not photograph, videotape, or do livestreaming while driving during the event. Be safe and park to share anything on social media.

Here are some other actions you can take:

Sign our petition, make phone calls, or join our twitter campaign.