2018 General Election
Election Day: November 6, 2018
General Election Information
View 2018 General Election Information including the proposed Constitutional amendments, early voting schedule, early voting sites and more.
2018 General Election Sample Ballot
Included in this year's General Election sample ballot mailing will be a Spanish version: Papeleta de Muestra General. Flagler County is one of 32 counties in Florida which are required by a recent Federal court order to provide sample ballots in the Spanish language. More information is available here: Directive 2018-02 - Spanish Sample Ballots and Voting Assistance.
Please be aware that all official ballots by mail or in person will be provided in ENGLISH ONLY.
Are You Election Ready?
The security of your elections is our top priority. Voter confidence in the electoral process is a contributing factor to participation and turnout. Learn more about the security of elections in your county and what exactly your Elections Office is doing to protect your vote:
2018 Elections Security Fact Sheet
Press Release: Your Vote Matters
2018 Constitutional Amendments
Get a head start on your amendment reading for this year's election!
There are twelve (12) Proposed Constitutional Amendments which will be on the ballot statewide in Florida during this General Election in November.
Three (3) are Legislative Referrals passed by House Joint Resolution, two (2) are Citizen Initiatives which made ballot position through the collection of petition signatures and seven (7) are the final proposals from the Constitution Review Commission (CRC).
The CRC meets once every twenty years to review Florida's Constitution and this will certainly be a historic number of amendments on the ballot for Flagler County.
Use the links below to view the full ballot text of the amendments.
Amendment 8 (School Board Term Limits and Duties; Public Schools) was removed from the ballot on September 7 by the Florida Supreme Court.
The Division of Elections has produced an Amendment Guide with all of this information in one document. This guide includes the ballot title, ballot summary and full text of each of the proposed Constitutional Amendments. Read it here:
2018 Constitutional Amendment Guide (Print-Friendly Version)
In addition to these 12 amendments, the City of Palm Coast Council approved three proposed charter amendment items.
City of Palm Coast voters will decide these items in November 2018 for a grand total of 15 issues on the ballot.
Read the full text of the City of Palm Coast Charter Amendments.
2018 Primary Election
Florida's midterm Primary Election was held on August 28. Florida is a closed Primary state, but all registered voters may vote for nonpartisan races during a Primary Election.