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If you are living in Tallahassee to attend a college or university, you have two choices when registering to vote. You can register and vote in Leon County or register and vote in your home county.

Register in Leon County

You can register to vote in Leon County, even if you still use your home address for other documents. You can then vote in-person here in Leon County or request a Vote-by-Mail ballot from our office.

In addition to federal and state races, your ballot will include local races for Leon County.

How Do I Register or update my Address?

Visit RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov to register to vote or to update your registration.

If you live on campus, you may use either the street address or the name of your dormitory or residence hall as the address where you live. You can also use your campus mail center address as your residence if you live on campus.

You can use your campus mailbox or another address as your mailing address.

Visit our Voter Registration page for additional ways to register to vote.

How Do I Vote?

If you are registered to vote in Leon County, you have three ways to vote:

  • Voting-by-Mail - Visit our Vote-by-Mail page for information on how to request and return your Leon County Vote-by-Mail ballot.
  • Early Voting - Early Voting is available before each election. There are 10 Early Voting sites in Leon County, including the FSU Tucker Center and FAMU Student Union. You can vote at any Early Voting site in the county. Visit our Early Voting page for further information.
  • Voting at the polls on Election Day - On Election Day you must vote at your assigned polling place in Leon County. For more information, visit our Election Day Voting page.
  • Register in your Home County

    If you moved to Leon County for school but still have a residence in your home county, you can register in your home county or keep your current registration there.

    In addition to federal and state races, your ballot will include local races for your home county.

    How Do I Register or Update my Address?

    Visit RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov to register to vote or to update your registration. Use your home county address as your residential address and your Leon County address as your mailing address.

    If your home county is outside of Florida, contact your state's elections office for information on how to register to vote.

    How Do I Vote?

    Once you are registered, contact your home county's elections office and request a Vote-By-Mail ballot be mailed to your mailing address in Leon County. After you complete your ballot, you must return it to your home county's elections office.

    Alternatively, you can Early Vote or vote on Election Day in your home county, but you will need to travel there.

    Visit RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov and click "Am I Already Registered?" If you are not registered or if the information is outdated, you can use that website to register to vote or update your voter information.

    If you wish to change your party affiliation before a primary election, you must make the change at least 29 days before that election.

    You can register to vote at any time. However, to vote in an election you must be registered 29 days before that election. Your application must be completed online, postmarked (if sent by mail), or received in our office or at an authorized government office (if done in person), by the deadline. If you wish to change your party affiliation before a primary election, you must make the change at least 29 days before that election.

    We will mail you a voter information card. If you do not receive the card with in two weeks, contact us to make sure we have your correct information.

    If you are registered in Leon County, visit the voter information lookup to find election dates, polling locations, Vote-by-Mail ballot status, sample ballots, and other important voting information. If you have any questions, contact our office at Vote@LeonVotes.gov or by phone at (850)606-8683.

    If you are registered to vote in another Florida county, visit your county election website.

    If you are registered to vote in another state, visit your state election website.


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    Mark S. Earley
    Leon County Supervisor of Elections

    OFFICE ADDRESS: 2990-1 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee FL 32301
    MAILING ADDRESS: Leon County Supervisor of Elections Office P.O Box 7357, Tallahassee FL 32314-7357
    P: (850) 606-8683 | F: (850) 606-8601 | E: Vote@leonvotes.gov | Hours: M - F: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

    PLEASE NOTE: Under Florida law, email addresses are public records. If you do not want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing. Florida Statute 668.6076.