3 easy steps – here’s how it works:

1: Sign up online

Find your county listed below and follow the link to a simple online sign-up form. Once completed, you’re all set – just sit back and relax, your ballot is on the way!

2: Complete ballot

Once your ballot arrives, take your time, and research the candidates at your own pace. You have days instead of minutes to pick your votes!

3: Send it back

Put your completed trackable ballot in the provided return envelope, add a stamp and drop it in the mailbox or your local election office drop box. We recommend you mail your ballot no later than October 31.

This amazing service is available to all registered voters in Florida. If you’re not registered to vote or need to update information, like your current address, you can do that online too!

Our Favorite Repro-Rights Candidates

With a mail-in ballot, you can vote for exceptional candidates like these. Candidates who pledge to support our right to access reproductive health care including abortion, and to protect our bodily autonomy!

Charlie Crist



Aramis Ayala

Florida Attorney General


Loranne Ausley

Senate District 3
Parts of North Florida including Tallahassee

Joy Goff-Marcil

Senate District 10
Part of Orlando, Oviedo, Lake Mary, and Sanford

Janet Cruz

Senate District 14
Parts of Tampa

Eunic Ortiz

Senate District 18
Parts of Saint Petersburg

Raquel Pacheco

Senate District 36
Parts of Miami

Janelle Perez

Senate District 38
Parts of Kendall, Homestead

Candidate availability is based on your voting district. All candidates are not available in all areas. No purchase necessary – voting is free.

Track Your Ballot

After you’ve mailed out your ballot you can track its status online. Nothing beats this peace of mind, knowing your vote has been counted!

All the Details

Are you the type that wants to know all the details before you sign on? No problem. Check out the Florida Division of Elections website for all the details on vote by mail.