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Primary Election Day: August 23

Vote-by-Mail
• Initial mail-out to domestic voters: July 14 – 21
• Deadline to request mail ballot: 5 p.m., August 13
• Deadline for the Supervisor to receive your ballot: 7 p.m., August 23

Early Voting: August 13 – 21

General Election Day: November 8

Vote-by-Mail
• Initial mail-out to domestic voters: Between September 29 – October 6
• Deadline to request to be mailed your ballot: 5 p.m., October 29
• Deadline for the Supervisor to receive your ballot: 7 p.m., November 8

Early Voting: October 24 – November 6

Drop Boxes

• Vote-by-Mail ballot drop boxes will be at each Early Voting site during the days and hours of Early Voting.
• A drop box will also be at the Elections Center during regular business hours starting when Vote-by-Mail ballots are available and through Election Day

Vote By Mail

How to request, return, and track your mail ballot  

How to fill out a vote by mail ballot (video not available yet)

Early Voting

When and where can I vote early? 
How to fill out a ballot (video not yet made)

Election Day

How To Mark Your Ballot

Completely fill in the oval to the left of your choice with the black pen provided. When voting for write-in candidates, fill in the oval next to the words “Write-In” and print the candidate’s name on the line.

Always review your ballot before placing it in the ballot box. Once your ballot is accepted into the ballot box, the law says you have voted and cannot be issued another ballot in that election.

Florida law allows you up to three attempts to mark your ballot correctly. If you make a mistake when marking your ballot, ask for a replacement ballot.

If you vote for more candidates in a race than what is indicated in the title of the race, your vote in that race will not count. 

You may choose not to vote on a “Vote for One” race, or not to make multiple choices on a “Vote for Two” (or more) race. 

 

Protecting Your Vote

The Florida Democratic Party is working every day to ensure every eligible Floridian has the opportunity to cast a ballot and have that ballot counted. Because all politics is local, our county voter protection teams work to protect the vote in their respective communities. Through the Voter Protection Assistance Hotline, we answer questions from voters and prospective electors from all 67 counties in English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole.

Need Assistance? Call the Voter Assistance Hotline at (833) VOTE-FLA or (833) 868-3352