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Last day to request General Election VBM ballot to be mailed to the voter

Event date: 10/24/2020 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM Export event

October 24, 2020 is the deadline for the Supervisor of Election's to receive requests for Vote By Mail ballots to be mailed to voters. 

What is the last day I can request a Vote-by-Mail Ballot? For us to mail you your Vote-by-Mail ballot, you must request your ballot at least 10 days before Election Day.

For the General Election, the last day is October 24th.

If you miss one of these deadlines, you still have the option to pick up a Vote-by-Mail Ballot from an Early Voting site through the end of Early Voting or from our office up to, and including, Election Day. You can also designate someone to pick up your Vote-by-Mail Ballot on your behalf.

All voters in Florida have the option to Vote-by-Mail in each election. No excuse is needed to request and receive a Vote-by-Mail ballot. Please view our Vote-By-Mail FAQ for a summary, or read below for further information. 

https://www.leonvotes.gov/Vote-By-Mail/Vote-By-Mail-Information


 

  • 7 July 2020
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