Under the Florida Constitution, nearly all government documents are public records and are open to inspection and copying. This includes most records related to voter registration and elections. Many documents are already publicly available through this website. Please read below for information on how to request other records.
Please submit public records requests to our custodian of public records:
Statistical and demographic voter registration reports are available on this website. Further information is available by request.
- Voter Data Request Form
- Data requests are normally fulfilled in 24-48 working hours with the digital delivery option.
- Voter Data Guide (PDF)
- Lists data attributes, tips on how to use the data with Excel, and Florida Statutes that govern the availability of this data.
Questions regarding voter data should be directed to our custodian of voter data:
In the weeks before each election, the Elections Office begins generating reports on Early Voting and Vote-by-Mail ballot activity in Leon County. Further information regarding these reports can be found below. Questions regarding Early Voting and Vote-by-Mail Ballot Activity data should be directed to our custodian of voter data:
Early Voting Activity Reports
Early Voting activity reports available once Early Voting has begun for an election and continues until the Early Voting period ends. The reports provide a daily listing of voters who have voted at each Early Voting site in the county. The reports are open to the public.
Please refer to the Florida Department of State, Division of Elections website to access the Early Voting activity reports for Leon County and statewide activity.
Vote-by-Mail Ballot Activity Reports
Note:If you are a voter searching for information about your Vote-by-Mail ballot, please visit the Voter Information Lookup.
Vote-by-Mail ballot activity reports are available starting 60 days before an election through 15 days after Election Day. The reports provide a daily listing of voters who have requested a Vote-by-Mail ballot. The reports also provide updates when the ballot is mailed to the voter and returned to the Elections Office.
These reports are only available to the following entities:
Most voter registration information is a public record including voters’ names, addresses, dates of birth, party affiliations, phone numbers, and email addresses. However, voters’ Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers or state identification card numbers, and the source of voter registration applications cannot be released or disclosed to the public. Voter signatures can be viewed, but not copied.
Votes with high risk professions or who have been the victim of certain crimes can request that their information be protected from disclosure.
- If you have been a victim of domestic violence or stalking, contact the Attorney General’s Office’s Bureau of Advocacy and Grants Management at (850) 414-3300 for instructions on how to become a participant in the Address Confidentiality Program.
- If you have a high-risk profession, you can submit a written request to each agency that may have your information. Please complete the Public Records Exemption Request form (PDF) to submit your request.