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Flagler County 2020 Elections


During this Presidential election year, you choose over 45 offices up for election in Flagler County!

quick links:

PDF 2020 General Election Sample Ballot

PDF Papeleta de muestra oficial de eleccion general

PDF 2020 Canvassing Board Schedule

 


 

Flagler County City Elections

city elections

primary election day: august 18, 2020

general election day: november 3, 2020

The City of Palm Coast elections will be held concurrently with the Primary and General Election in 2020. The following offices are up for election:

  • Mayor
  • Council Member, District 1
  • Council Member, District 2
    (Special Election - November 3)
  • Council Member, District 3

More information: 2020 Elections


Voter Outreach
 

Need a guest speaker for your school, organization or event? Voter outreach is a priority. Kaiti Lenhart is available to speak to your organization regarding the election process and the importance of voting. Topics may vary and can be customized to meet the needs of your event. Contact the Elections Office for more information.

 

2020 voter's guide

View the 2020 Voter's Guide with your current elected officials, expiring terms and the most current elections information.


2020 Citizen's Guide

This publication was mailed to every Flagler County household on January 27, 2020. Look no further than your mailbox for everything you need to be election ready this year. View the 2020 Citizen's Guide.

2020 Citizens Guide


 

Flagler County Elections News
 

online voter registration

Florida citizens may use online voter registration to register to vote or update their voter registration.

Use RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov to:

  • Submit a new voter registration
  • Update an existing voter registration (name, address, party affiliation)
  • Request a voter information card

To submit a registration online, applicants will need a Florida driver license or Florida identification (ID) card and the last four digits of their social security number to complete and submit the voter registration application electronically. Once an individual’s identity is verified and the application is deemed complete, a new voter information card is issued by the Flagler County Supervisor of Elections Office.

Register To Vote Online

social media

Like your Elections Office on Facebook and stay up to date with elections information in your news feed.


 

Announcements

Early Voting

Early voting for the General Election will be held from October 19 - October 31 at three sites in Flagler County. The hours are 10:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. each day, including weekends.

Election Day Voting

If you do not vote early and wish to vote in person, you must vote in your assigned Election Day precinct on Tuesday, November 3 from 7:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. Your assigned precinct can be found on your Voter Information Card, or use our Precinct Finder to look up your precinct online.

Voting In Person?

What you should do:

  • If you have moved recently, update your address before you vote. Call (386) 313-4170 to change your address.
  • Bring a valid form of photo and signature ID with you.
  • Use the Sample Ballot to make your choices and bring it with you to the polls.
  • Bring your own black ballpoint pen to use on your official ballot if you do not feel comfortable using the pen provided at your polling location.
  • Bring a face covering and wear it during your voting experience, unless you are unable to do so because of a health condition.
  • Limit conversation and be patient while waiting in line and also inside the polling room.

What we will do:

  • Provide a clean polling room by routinely disinfecting touched surfaces such as equipment and voting booths.
  • Provide hand sanitizer for all voters and election workers.
  • Provide personal protective equipment for all election workers.
  • Provide a single-use stylus for voters to use when signing the signature pad.
  • Encourage social distancing.

 

Voting By Mail in Flagler CountyMail Ballot

Many voters in Flagler County are considering voting by mail this year and have questions. Others are questioning the integrity of the mail ballot voting process. Learn about the entire process from start to finish: Mail Ballot Frequently Asked Questions.

Mail Ballot Requests
The deadline to request a mail ballot is 10 days prior to Election Day, which is October 24, 2020 for the General Election. Request your mail ballot here: Request A Vote-By-Mail Ballot

Track Your Ballot Online
Use our online tracking service to follow your ballot throughout the process. You can see when your ballot was mailed and whether your voted ballot has been received by the Elections Office: Track Your Mail Ballot

Sign The Return Envelope
The voter must sign the return envelope. In order for a mail ballot to be counted, the signature on the returned voter’s certificate must match the voter registration signature on file. A Power of Attorney is not recognized for voting.

Returning Your Mail Ballot
Mail ballots must be received in the Elections Office by 7:00 P.M. on November 3, 2020 in order to be counted. You can return the ballot as early as you wish. There are many options to return your voted mail ballot.

  • Secure drop boxes are available at all early voting sites during voting hours.
  • A secure drop box is available at the Elections Office 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • If you plan to mail your ballot, send it early! Allow at least 7 days for delivery.
  • DO NOT bring your voted mail ballot to a precinct voting location on Election Day, it must be returned directly to the Elections Office on Election Day.

Voting In Person With A Mail Ballot
If you have requested and received a mail ballot but decide to vote in person, bring your ballot with you to the polls. The mail ballot will be cancelled and you will be issued a new ballot at the polling location. You cannot use a mail ballot as a sample ballot in the voting booth. Instead, bring this sample ballot with you to use as a reference.


 

Who is running for office?

2020 Candidates

Who is running for office in Flagler County? View a list of all local candidates and their biographical information here:

Star Flagler County Candidate Information


 

Online Voter Registration

Be Election Ready in 2020!

Florida citizens may register to vote online!

  • Submit a new voter registration 
  • Update your voter registration (name, address, party affiliation) 
  • Request a Voter Information Card

Online Voter Registration

Register to vote or update your registration today. 
Florida Online Voter Registration System


 

Three Ways To Vote

In Florida, there are three ways to vote and it's your choice! You'll receive a trusted paper ballot whether you choose to vote by mail, vote early or if you wait to vote on Election Day. Voting has never been easier or more convenient than it is today.

Election Turnout

Supervisor Kaiti Lenhart

Welcome

Thank you for visiting the official web site of the Supervisor of Elections in Flagler County, Florida. This site is for you, the voters of Flagler County. As a public official, the Supervisor of Elections is responsible for conducting Federal, state and local elections in Flagler County. The duty of the office of the Supervisor of Elections is to uphold the Election Laws of the State of Florida and the Constitution of the United States.

Mission

The mission of the Supervisor of Elections is to enhance public confidence, encourage citizen participation and increase voter awareness of the electoral process.

Core Values

These core values were developed with a focus on improving the elections experience in Flagler County, Florida.

  1. Enhance public confidence by conducting fair, honest and accurate elections.
  2. Apply the highest standards in regards to ethics, integrity and professionalism.
  3. Encourage civic participation through voter education programs designed to engage citizens of all ages.

My goal is to keep you up to date with the most current election information: voting methods, polling places, sample ballots and local candidates. Your right to vote is precious. A well-informed and active electorate builds a healthy community. Be Election Ready!

This website also provides information about the voting process in Flagler County. Among these pages, you will find information about voter registration, voting districts (including district and precinct maps), your current elected officials and past election results. 

If you cannot find what you are looking for, please contact the Elections Office at (386) 313-4170 or send us a message online.

It's an honor to serve you.

Sincerely,

Kaiti Lenhart
Supervisor of Elections

Meet The Supervisor Of Elections

Elections Office Holidays


The Supervisor of Elections Office will be closed on the following dates:

January 1, 2020 - New Year's Day

January 20, 2020 - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday

April 10, 2020 - Good Friday

May 25, 2020 - Memorial Day

July 3, 2020 - Independence Day (observed)

September 7, 2020 - Labor Day

November 11, 2020 - Veterans Day

November 26 - 27, 2020 - Thanksgiving

December 24 - 25, 2020 - Christmas

Contact Info

Flagler County Elections Office

FLAGLER COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS

The Elections Office is located in the Flagler County Government Services Building. Our office has a separate entrance along the east side of the building, follow the signs for Supervisor of Elections.

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

Physical Address:
Supervisor of Elections
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

Email Contact Form:

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Records Requests:
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