Vote By Mail Information


 

WHO can request?

  • Any qualified, registered voter can request a vote-by-mail ballot.

  • Vote-by-mail ballots can be requested by the voter, a member of their immediate family or a legal guardian on their behalf (Florida Statute 101.62 and 101.69)

HOW to request?

Uniformed Services Members & Overseas Citizens (UOCAVA)

Click on the below links for additional information and assistance:

Helpful Info

  • No excuse is needed to request a vote-by-mail, except on Election Day. (Florida Statute 97.021(1) and 101.62

  • The Voter can request a vote by mail ballot of one election, several elections, or all elections in which voter is eligible to vote, through two elections cycles. 

  • If ballot is requested to be mailed to an address other than one on file, a signed written request must be submitted, unless voter is an absent uniformed services or overseas voter.

  • PLEASE make sure to double check your vote-by-mail address to help ensure your ballot is delivered to the correct address.

Look Up Your Info

Go to the Voter Lookup Page to ......

  • Check your vote-by-mail address

  • Track the Status of your request

  • Review where your ballot is being mailed

  • See when your ballot is mailed

  • See when your ballot is received by the Supervisor of Elections Office