Keep A Current Address
Please help us maintain your active voter status by notifying the Supervisor of Elections Office with any change to your mailing address. It's important to keep your current address on file so that we may contact you concerning future elections or your request for absentee ballots. It's easiest to contact us by email, or simply call the office at (386) 313-4170.
Military Absentee Voting
Members of the United States Uniformed Services on active duty and the Merchant Marine, their spouses and dependents of all, and United States citizens residing outside of the United States may apply for voter registration or request an absentee ballot with a Federal Post Card Application (FPCA), which may be obtained from a Voting Assistance Officer (VAO) or through the Federal Voting Assistance Program at www.fvap.gov.
The Federal Post Card Application request for an absentee ballot will be effective for all elections through the next two regularly scheduled general elections. If the FPCA is not available, phone or send a written request by mail, fax or email to:
Supervisor of Elections
P.O. Box 901
Bunnell, FL 32110
Phone: 386-313-4170 or Fax 386-313-4171
Use our contact form to send an email.
Anyone registered to vote in Flagler County may use our online form to request an absentee ballot:
Overseas military, absent stateside military and overseas civilians may have an absentee ballot either faxed or e-mailed, in lieu of receiving it by regular mail. Once your absentee ballot is voted, you may either return it by fax or you may mail it to the Supervisor of Elections so that it is received not later than 7:00 p.m. on Election Day. Voted ballots returned by e-mail will not be accepted. Carefully follow instructions sent to you with your absentee ballot to ensure that it is counted. You must be sure to not only sign, but also DATE the return absentee ballot envelope.
If an overseas voter's request for an absentee ballot includes an e-mail address, the Supervisor of Elections will inform the voter of the names of candidates who will be on the ballots via electronic transmission. The Supervisor of Elections will e-mail to the voter the list of candidates for the primary and general election not later than 30 days before each election.
Additional information for military and overseas voters is available from:
Director, Federal Voting Assistance Program
Department of Defense, Washington Headquarters Services
1155 Defense Pentagon
Washington, DC 20301-1155
FVAP Fax (703) 588-0108