Vote-by-mail ballots are continuously being mailed to voters for the March 17, 2020 Presidential Preference Primary and Municipal Elections.
20 Municipalities will hold elections on March 17th in conjunction with the Presidential Preference Primary. If you have not already requested your vote-by-mail ballot, request today! The deadline to request that a vote-by-mail ballot be mailed to you is 5:00 pm on March 7th.
Please remember that only voters registered with the Democratic Party or the Republican Party will receive a Presidential Preference Primary ballot, and only those living within the respective municipality will receive a municipal ballot.
What's new about vote-by-mail this year?
Your ballot RETURN POSTAGE IS PAID! No need to look for a stamp, just make sure to get your ballot in the mail promptly so that our office receives it no later than 7:00 pm on Election Day.
Don't want to return your ballot by mail? Now, you can drop off your ballot at any Early Voting location during Early Voting hours!
You'll also see fields for your current email and phone numbers so that if there are any issues with your signature, we can more easily reach you. Florida Statute 101.64 requires that these fields be included in the Voter's Certificate; however, you are not required to provide the information in order for your ballot to count. You ARE required to sign your Voter's Certificate in the signature field provided.