To provide outstanding voter services and accessible elections in Leon County with integrity, transparency, and accuracy.
mark earley, supervisor office hours: monday - friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm phone: (850) 606-8683 fax: (850) 606-8601 email: v...@leon
|physical address: ||leon county supervisor of elections office 2990-1 apalachee parkway tallahassee fl 32301 |
|mailing address: ||leon county supervisor of elections office p. o. box 7357 tallahassee fl 32314-7357 |
supervisor of elections official duties within leon county, florida, are:
- registering voters
- maintaining voter registration files
- conducting federal, state, and local elections
- administering the provisions of the campaign reporting laws
- upholding the elections laws of the state of florida
- providing public education and information
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the supervisor of elections is an office established in the constitution of florida. the supervisor of elections is elected to a four year term at the general election in which the president of the united states appears on the ballot.
the supervisor of elections is the official custodian of the registration books and has the exclusive control of matters pertaining to the registration of voters, the conduct of local elections, the dissemination of election results, and the maintenance of election results. the supervisor of elections must receive and preserve information, such as campaign treasurer reports, relevant to local candidates, political committees and political parties.
for further information on the duties and responsibilities of the supervisor of elections, the following references may be sought:
article i, section 24 and article vi of the constitution of florida; chapters 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, and 106 of the statutes of florida; the florida division of elections’ rules; subject-relevant opinions of the office of the attorney general of florida; relevant court decisions from the circuit, appellate, and supreme court levels; the united states constitution, amendments 15, 19, 24 and 26; and from the united states congress:
- the voting rights act of 1965,
- the national voter registration act of 1993,
- the help america vote act of 2002.