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New Supervisor of Elections Office: 16264 Spring Hill Drive in Brooksville

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The Hernando County Supervisor of Elections has relocated its main office. The Elections Office has permanently moved out of the courthouse to 16264 Spring Hill Drive, Brooksville, FL 34604 effective Monday, April 18, 2022. The new office in Brooksville is located in the shopping plaza with Bagels and Beyond and Dollar General.

“We are excited to be moving to a larger facility that will enable us to better serve the public and perform our duties in a more efficient manner. Our Forest Oaks office located at 7443 Forest Oaks Boulevard will remain open and ready to serve voters,” stated Supervisor of Elections Shirley Anderson.

When you walk in there is the main lobby area, where residents can get assistance from the office staff. Adjacent to the lobby area is the room where the canvassing board counts the elector’s vote-by-mail ballots and provisional ballots. There is a window between the rooms so the canvassing process can be publicly observed.

Voters need to remember the courthouse will no longer be a drop-off for their vote-by-mail ballots. Visit HernandoVotes.gov to find a location.

New main office of Hernando County Supervisor of Elections: 16264 Spring Hill Drive, Brooksville, FL 34604
New main office of Hernando County Supervisor of Elections: 16264 Spring Hill Drive, Brooksville, FL 34604
Photo by Julie B. Maglio.
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Hernando County Supervisor of Elections Office Locations
NEW! Main Office- 16264 Spring Hill Dr.
Brooksville, Fl 34604

Branch Office
7443 Forest Oaks Boulevard
Spring Hill, FL 34606

Phone: 352-754-4125
Hours of Operation: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Supervisor of Elections Office:  This is the area where the canvassing board will count the elector's vote-by-mail ballots and provisional ballots.  It is situated off of the lobby with a large window so the public can view the vote canvassing process.
New Supervisor of Elections Office: This is the area where the canvassing board will count the elector’s vote-by-mail ballots and provisional ballots. It is situated off of the lobby with a large window so the public can view the vote canvassing process. Photo by Julie B. Maglio.
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