Leon County Voter Guide

Leon County Voter Guide

THERE ARE THREE WAYS TO VOTE IN FLORIDA

Vote by Mail

Any voter can request a no-excuse vote-by-mail ballot and vote from home for August’s primaries and November’s general election. You need to submit a new request each year.

The easier way for most of us to request a mail-in ballot is online. You can also request a ballot by calling, mailing, emailing, or going in person to your county’s Supervisor of Elections office.

The office must receive your completed ballot by Election Day at 7 pm. Ballots can be returned by mail or in person.

Use the vote-by-mail information portal to track the status of your ballot. 

Early Voting

Early in-person voting is from October 24th through November 6th. The Leon county supervisor of elections website has dates, times, and locations for you.

Early voting locations are different from the precinct voting location on your voter registration card. You can vote early at any early voting location in your county.

You must bring a valid form of ID like a state-issued driver’s license or a US passport to vote in person.

Election Day

The primary election is Tuesday, Aug. 23. Polls are open from 7 am to 7 pm.

You must vote at the precinct polling place listed on your voter registration card. You can also find this location online using the voter precinct lookup. This should be close to where you live.

You must bring a valid form of ID like a state-issued driver’s license or a US passport to vote in person.

Questions on how to vote? 

Call 1-866-687-8683 or 1-888-839-8682 para Español.

Need free voter ID help?

Call VoteRiders at 844-338-8743.

Voter Resources

Voter Lookup

Use the Voter Information Look-up to check your voter registration and party status.

Election Office Websites

Find your county Supervisor of Elections website and get election info specific to your community.

Voter ID Requirements

You must bring a valid form of ID like a state-issued driver’s license or a US passport to vote in person.

Not Registered to Vote?

The deadline to register for the primary election is October 29th. There are three ways you can register to vote in Florida.

Online

Use the state’s voter registration portal to register, or update your voter information. You’ll need a Florida driver’s license or state-issued ID card and the last four digits of your Social Security number.

By Mail

Print out a voter registration form, complete it and mail it to your county supervisor of elections. Addresses are included on the back of the form.

In Person

Go to your county supervisor of elections office to pick up, drop off or fill out a registration form.