Voting by Mail is easy and safe. Just follow the steps below!

To request your Vote-by-Mail ballot, click here.

Vote the entire ballot: Every race matters in your daily life! For information about candidates and amendments in the General Election, click here. Place folded ballot in the green Secrecy Sleeve.

Sign your envelope: Once you’ve inserted the ballot & Secrecy Sleeve in the yellow envelope, seal and sign across the flap – use the signature like on your Florida drivers license or when you registered to vote – do NOT print or use a quick “credit card” signature or sign anyone else’s envelope!

Add your email and/or phone number to the envelope: If there is any issue with your signature, this information will be used to contact you to “cure” the problem and ensure your vote counts!

Return your ballot; pick the option that you are most comfortable with:

  1. Mail your ballot (no postage needed!). If you need to send overnight, use USPS Express or Priority Mail – do not use FedEx and UPS, as they do not deliver to P.O. boxes.
  2. Drop it off (or have someone drop it for you):
    • Starting September 29, Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm at the 4 Elections offices;
    • During Early Voting, October 19 – 31, 10 am – 6 pm, at Early Vote sites (Spanish version here);
    • or on Election Day at the four Supervisor of Elections offices; or

  3. Go to your regular polling place on election day. Bring your mail-in ballot with you to the polling place and turn it in to vote in person.

Use the VBM Ballot Tracker to verify the status of your ballot: VBM Ballot Tracker. Questions? Call the Supervisor of Elections (SOE) at 239-533-8683 (239-LEE-VOTE), option 1 and the staff can help you.

Problems? Call Florida Democratic Party
Voter Assistance Hotline,
833-868-3352 (833-VOTE-FLA).