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How to pick up a vote by mail ballot in person from now to General Election day and how to Track it!

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How to pick up a Vote by Mail ballot in person for yourself from now to General Election Day.

You still have the option to pick up a Vote-by-Mail Ballot from an Early Voting site during the hours of operation, through the end of Early Voting which is Sunday, November 1, 2020 for the General Election. OR from the Supervisor of Elections office up to, and including, November 3, General Election Day.

Pick-up by your designee:

You can also designate a person to pick up a Vote-by-Mail ballot on your behalf. An authorized designee may pick up a ballot starting on the 9th day before General Election Day, beginning Sunday, October 25, 2020.  See the Affidavit to Pick-up a Mail Ballot for a Voter for further information.

On General Election Day, in order to pick-up a vote-by-Mail ballot you or your designee must complete a General Election Day Vote-by-Mail Ballot Delivery Affidavit. Please see the affidavit for further information.

RETURN YOUR VOTED Vote by Mail ballot in the GREEN return envelope provided: Print your name: Date it: Most importantly, SIGN IT!

You can drop off your completed vote by mail ballot, inside the green envelope provided, at any Early Voting site in the outdoor Vote By Mail Drop Box, during the hours of operation, or the Election Center.

The Elections Office (not your precinct) must receive your ballot by 7pm General Election day, November 3, 2020.

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.





  • 9 August 2020
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