ARE YOU A COLLEGE STUDENT
OR WILL YOU BE AWAY
DURING THE ELECTION?
YOU CAN STILL VOTE!
In the state of Florida, all voters are eligible to vote-by-mail. If you know that you will not be able to vote at your registered precinct during the August 28th primary election or the November 6th midterm election, you can vote-by-mail.
HOW TO VOTE-BY-MAIL
Request a vote-by-mail ballot from your county Supervisor of Elections. This can be done in writing (email or mail), in person, by phone or through an online application. If the request is done in writing, the voter's name, address and date of birth is required.
The deadline to request a vote-by-mail ballot is at 5 p.m. six days prior to the election (August 22nd for the primary and October 31st for the general election).
The ballot can either be picked up or mailed to the mailing address.
Follow the instructions on the ballot to fill it out.
Mail it to your Supervisor of Elections. Make sure to mail it early enough so that it is received by your Supervisor of Elections by 7 p.m. on the day of the election to ensure that the ballot is counted.