Taylor voted in the March 14, 2000, primary in person and by absentee ballot in the Nov. 7 general election that year, said Mary Cooney, public services director for the Broward County, Fla., Supervisor of Elections Office.
Voter records in Tulsa County show she voted as well in the November 2000 election in Oklahoma, Election Board Secretary Gene Pace said.
Taylor campaign spokeswoman Heather Hope said the Democrat had scheduled a 3:30 p.m. news conference Tuesday to address reports that she voted twice in the same election.
Pace said his office forwards any complaints of election violations to the Tulsa County District Attorney's Office for investigation but no formal complaint against Taylor had been filed. He said he had received communication from the Florida election office showing her vote there.
Cooney said Florida election officials were awaiting confirmation from Tulsa County showing Taylor's vote in the Oklahoma election. If Taylor did vote twice, the information will be forwarded to the state attorney for investigation, Cooney said.
Florida election officials became aware of voting questions following an investigation into allegations that Taylor and her husband, wealthy businessman William Lobeck, owed more than $130,000 in back taxes and fines in that state.
Lobeck is chairman and chief executive officer of Vanguard Car Rental Inc., which operates the Alamo and National brands, and moved its headquarters to Tulsa from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., in 2004.
Ron Cacciatore, inspector general for the property appraiser's office in Broward County, said last week the taxes were owed because the couple had filed homestead exemptions in Florida and Tulsa in violation of Florida tax laws. The Tulsa World reported that Cacciatore told the newspaper late Friday that the debt had been paid.
Taylor, who was appointed Oklahoma's secretary of commerce and tourism by Gov. Brad Henry in 2003, resigned the job to seek the mayoral seat.
Taylor and former state Rep. Don McCorkell have advertised heavily ahead of next Tuesday's primary election. Republicans seeking the post include incumbent Mayor Bill LaFortune, City Councilor Chris Medlock and County Commissioner Randi Miller.
The general election is scheduled April 4.