Are You Election Ready?

The 2024 Primary and General Elections are fast approaching! Make sure you are Election Ready so you can cast your ballot!

Need to Register to Vote?

You can register to vote online by visiting RegistertoVoteFlorida.gov, Florida's online voter registration system. You will need your Florida driver's license or ID card, and the last four digits of your Social Security number to register completely online. If you do not have a Florida Driver's license or ID card, you can use the system to generate a paper voter registration application. You can then print and mail the paper application.

For other options to register to vote and additional information, please visit our Voter Registration page.


Already Registered in Florida?

If you are already registered to vote in Florida, it's important that you double-check your voter registration record to make sure it is up to date. You can find your voter registration record using our online voter information lookup.

If you need to update your voter registration information, please visit RegistertoVoteFlorida.gov, Florida's online voter registration system. 

Your signature is used to verify your identify on petitions, Vote-by-Mail ballot certificates, and other documents. A signature mismatch could cause your Vote-by-Mail ballot to be rejected. If your signature has changed over time, it is important to update the record with our office. You can update your signature by completing a voter registration applications (PDF) and sending it to our office. We must receive your signature update before we receive your Vote-by-Mail ballot.

Learn more by visiting our Update Voter Registration webpage.


Want to Vote-by-Mail?

All voters in Florida have the option to Vote-by-Mail in each election. If you want to Vote-by-Mail, then you need to request your ballot. You can request your Vote-by-Mail ballot using any of these options:

You do not need an excuse or reason to Vote-by-Mail. A single request is good for all elections though the end of the current election cycle. The deadline to request that we mail you a Vote-by-Mail ballot is 5 p.m. on the 12th day before Election Day. However, you can pick up a Vote-by-Mail ballot in-person up to and including Election Day.

Starting with the 2024 Primary Election, we are pre-paying the postage on returned Vote-by-Mail ballots! That means you do not need to use a stamp to return your ballot, making it even easier to cast your ballot. We have also redesigned our Vote-by-Mail ballot envelopes. You can learn more on this page: New Vote-by-Mail Ballot Envelopes.

You can sign up to receive notifications about your mail ballot’s status through BallotTrax. With BallotTrax, you can receive email or text notifications when your ballot is mailed, when we receive it, and when we count it. You can also track the status of your ballot using the Voter Information Lookup.


Sample Ballots for the Primary Election

Sample ballots for the Primary Election are available! Use the Voter Information Lookup to view your sample ballot and see exactly what candidates and contests will be on your ballot. 


Have You Marked Your Calendar?

These are the important dates for the 2024 Election Cycle.

Primary Election Dates

  • Deadline to Register to Vote: July 22
  • Last day to request a Vote-by-Mail Ballot: August 8
  • Early Voting Period: August 10 - August 18
  • Election Day: August 20

General Election Dates

  • Deadline to Register to Vote: October 7
  • Last day to request a Vote-by-Mail Ballot: October 24
  • Early Voting Period: October 21 - November 3
  • Election Day: November 5

For additional information, visit our Dates and Deadlines page.

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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.