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VOTE-BY-MAIL

Absentee is Vote By Mail

Attention Voters

Florida law requires a vote-by-mail ballot request to an address other than the elector’s address on file, must be submitted in WRITING and SIGNED by the voter. Please complete, print and mail the form below to request a vote-by-mail ballot.

PDF Vote-By-Mail Request Form

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Things To Remember:

VOTE-BY-MAIL BALLOTS ARE NOT FORWARDED BY THE POSTAL SERVICE.

Please provide your mailing address at the time of your request.


YOUR SIGNATURE MUST MATCH.

Handwriting changes over time. If you have noticed a change in your handwriting and particularly your signature, please update your signature on file with the Elections Office. It is important that we have your current signature on file. Your signature is used to verify your vote-by-mail ballot. If your signature has changed, you may update it at any time by submitting a new Florida Voter Registration Application.


ANOTHER PERSON MAY NOT SIGN FOR YOU.

Power of attorney does not apply to voter registration or voting. Another person may not sign for you. If for medical or other reasons you are unable to sign your complete name, please submit any mark you are capable of making. For voter registration purposes, this mark will be deemed your signature. Voters may update their signature by completing and mailing a Florida Voter Registration Application to the Elections Office.

WHO CAN VOTE BY mail?

Any registered and qualified voter who is eligible to vote in an election may cast their ballot by mail.

HOW TO REQUEST A vote-by-mail BALLOT

A vote-by-mail ballot may be requested for a specific election or for all elections through the next two regularly scheduled general elections. The request can be made in person, by postal mail, by electronic mail or by telephone. Only the voter or designated member of his or her immediate family or legal guardian can request a vote-by-mail ballot for the voter. Immediate family means the voter's spouse or the parent, child, grandparent or sibling of the voter.

A request from the voter must include the following information:

  • Voter's name and address
  • Voter's date of birth
  • Address where the ballot should be mailed
  • The specific elections you are requesting
  • Voter's signature (written requests only)

If the voter has designated an immediate family member or legal guardian to request a vote-by-mail ballot, that designee must provide the above information in addition to the following:

  • The requester's name
  • The requester's address
  • The requester's relationship to the voter
  • The requester's driver's license number, if available
  • The requester's signature (written requests only)

Request an Absentee Ballot

OBTAINING YOUR VOTE-BY-MAIL BALLOT

All requested vote-by-mail ballots are sent 35 days prior to each election. Be sure the Elections Office has your correct mailing address. Vote-by-mail ballots are not forwarded by the US Postal Service.

All requested vote-by-mail ballots for overseas military and overseas civilian voters are sent 45 days prior to each election. 

vote-by-mail REQUEST DEADLINE

Requests for vote-by-mail ballots must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on the sixth day before an election, according to Florida law. Therefore, you must make your request for a vote-by-mail ballot no later than the Wednesday prior to Election Day.

vote-by-mail PICK UP BY DESIGNEE

Beginning on the Thursday before Election Day, a qualified voter may designate, in writing, another person to pick up a vote-by-mail ballot for the voter. The designee may only pick up two vote-by-mail ballots per election other than his or her own, except for ballots picked up for members of his or her immediate family. The designee must provide picture identification, the written authorization from the voter and complete an affidavit.

PDF Affidavit To Pickup A Vote-By-Mail Ballot

MARKING THE vote-by-mail BALLOT

The voter must personally vote the ballot unless assistance is required due to blindness, disability or inability to read or write. The voter must sign/mark the return envelope. The vote-by-mail ballot will not be counted if the return envelope is not signed or the signature does not match the signature on file for the voter. 

MISSING SIGNATURE ON BALLOT:

 How to Correct a Missing Signature on Your Vote-By-Mail Ballot

SIGNATURE DOES NOT MATCH ON BALLOT:

 Signature Affidavit for on Your Vote-By-Mail Ballot

RETURNING YOUR vote-by-mail BALLOT

You must mail, personally deliver or have someone else deliver your vote-by-mail ballot inside the completed mailing envelope to the Elections Office. Be sure there is sufficient postage if mailed.

Vote-by-mail ballots must be returned no later than 7:00 P.M. on Election Day. Vote-by-mail ballots cannot be turned in at the polling place on Election Day. If a voter has requested a vote-by-mail ballot and chooses to vote in person at the polls, the vote-by-mail ballot would then be cancelled and the voter would be issued a new ballot.

TRACK YOUR vote-by-mail Ballot

I've requested a vote-by-mail ballot; has it been mailed yet? I already voted my vote-by-mail ballot and mailed it in, has it been received by the Elections Office? Track the status of your vote-by-mail ballot using this free access system.

 

EARLY VOTING

Any registered and qualified voter who is eligible to vote in a county-wide election may vote in person at the early voting site. The voter must present a Florida driver's license, a Florida identification card or another form of picture and signature identification in order to vote. If you do not present the required identification or if your eligibility cannot be determined, you will only be permitted to vote a provisional ballot.

VOTING EARLY IN MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS

Early voting may not be available for municipal elections. Call the City Clerk's office prior to your city election to make sure early voting will be held for the municipal election.

EARLY VOTING SITES

There are three early voting sites in Flagler County which will be open for county-wide elections. Not all early voting sites may be available during Special Elections. 

Early voting hours for county-wide elections will be 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Palm Coast Public Library
2500 Palm Coast Parkway NW
Palm Coast, FL 32137

Palm Coast Community Center
305 Palm Coast Parkway NE
Palm Coast, FL 32137

Supervisor of Elections Office
Located in the Government Services Building
1769 E. Moody Boulevard, Building 2, Suite 101
Bunnell, FL 32110

Questions?

If you have any questions about early voting or if you wish to request a vote-by-mail ballot, please contact our office:

Supervisor of Elections

1769 E. Moody Boulevard
Building 2, Suite 101
P.O. Box 901
Bunnell, Florida 32110
Office: 386-313-4170
Fax: 386-313-4171



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Flagler County Office

FLAGLER COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Physical Address:
Supervisor of Elections
Flagler County 
Government Services Building
1769 E. Moody Blvd.
Building 2 Suite 101
Bunnell, FL 32110

Mailing Address:
Supervisor of Elections
P.O Box 901
Bunnell, FL 32110

Phone Number:
Phone: (386) 313-4170

Fax Number:
Phone: (386) 313-4171

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