U.S. States And Election Boards With The Most Haitians

A voter stands in line at a poll site in New York City. Photo by The Haitian Times. 

 

The Haitian Times compiled a brief list of U.S. states and election boards with the most active voter records. The list is not exhaustive and will be updated as information is confirmed for each location. Send any updates to haitiantimes99@gmail.com.

Elections Boards with the Most Populous Haitian Communities in the U.S.

(In alphabetical order by state name)

 

State

Contact Information

Number of Haitian-Americans

ARIZONA

Arizona Elections Division

602-542-8683

elections@azsos.gov 

10,546

CONNECTICUT

Stamford Board of Elections

203-977-4011

townclerk@stamfordct.gov 

20,791

FLORIDA

Florida Division of Elections

850-245-6200

 

Miami-Dade County Supervisor of Elections

305-499-8683

soedade@miamidade.gov 

 

Collier County Supervisor of Elections

239-252-8683

SupervisorOfElections@CollierCountyFL.gov 

 

Orange County Supervisor of Elections

407-836-2070

voter@ocfelections.com 

 

Lee County Supervisor of Elections

239-533-8683

elections@lee.vote

 

Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections

813-744-5900

Voter@hcsoe.org 

 

Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections

727-464-6239

Election@VotePinellas.com  












280,000

GEORGIA

Fulton County Department of Registration and Elections

404-612-7020

social@fultoncountyga.gov 

30,763

MARYLAND

Maryland State Board of Elections

410-269-2840

info.sbe@maryland.gov 

71,016

MASSACHUSETTS

Boston Election Department

[617-635-8683]

election@boston.gov 

62,127

NEW JERSEY

New Jersey Division of Elections

609-292-3760

feedback@sos.nj.gov 

40,850

NEW YORK

Board of Elections in the City of New York

1-866-868-3692

Electioninfo@boe.nyc.ny.us 

270,980

NORTH CAROLINA

Mecklenburg County Board of Elections

704-336-2133

precinct.officials@mecklenburgcountync.gov 

20,833

PENNSYLVANIA

Office of the Philadelphia City Commissioners 

215-686-3469

vote@phila.gov 

31,013

 

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, Migration Policy Institute, Observer


This list was originally published in The Haitian Times

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