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Are You Election Ready?

2020 Primary Election

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Are You Election Ready? Flagler County Elections 2020


Election Resources

There are several races which will be decided in this Primary Election and all eligible voters may vote for these Universal Primary Contests and nonpartisan offices. The partisan races in Florida are closed for Democrat and Republican voters only in a Primary Election. The deadline to register to vote or update your political party affiliation is July 20, 2020.

Canvassing Board Schedule:

PDF 2020 Canvassing Board Schedule

PDF Sample Ballot

PDF Papeleta de Muestra

Early Voting Turnout

 

Primary Election

August 18Election Day: August 18, 2020 

Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Deadline for new registrations: July 20, 2020

Voter Registration - New Registrations and Party Change Deadline Ahead

The deadline to register to vote or change your party for the upcoming Primary Election is July 20, 2020. Register to vote or update your voter registration using Florida's Online Voter Registration system. You may also complete the paper Florida Voter Registration Application form and deliver or mail it to the Elections Office.

PDF Florida Voter Registration Application

PDF Solicitud de inscripción de votante de Florida

Register To Vote Florida - Online Voter Registration

 


 

CLOSED PRIMARY ELECTIONS

Florida is a closed Primary state. If you wish to vote for a partisan office in this Primary Election, you must be a registered voter in the party for which the Primary is being held. All registered voters, regardless of party affiliation, may vote in Universal Primary Contests, nonpartisan races and city candidates in a Primary Election. Please note that regularly scheduled elections for the City of Palm Coast will be held concurrently with this election.

Party Change Deadline

The party change deadline for the upcoming Primary Election is July 20, 2020. To change your party affiliation to vote in this election, consider using Florida's Online Voter Registration System to make the change. You may also complete the paper Florida Voter Registration Application form for a party change and deliver or mail it to the Elections Office by the deadline: July 20, 2020.

PDF Florida Voter Registration Application

PDF Solicitud de inscripción de votante de Florida

Why should I vote in a Primary?

Primary elections typically have a lower turnout, despite the fact that every voter may cast a ballot in these elections. Primary elections are important! There are two Universal Primary Contests on this Primary Election ballot: Public Defender and County Commission District 3. All voters, regardless of political party affiliation are eligible to vote for these countywide contests. In addition, several nonpartisan races will be decided. Even if you do not declare a party affiliation, you may still vote for the nonpartisan races. As with any election, if you choose not to vote, someone else is making the decision for you.


 

Which contests will be decided in this primary?

There are two Universal Primary Contests for partisan offices this year. These candidates will appear on all ballots and the contest will be decided in this Primary because they face no opposition in the General Election. All voters are eligible to vote for these two contests:

  • Public Defender, 7th Judicial Circuit
  • Board of County Commissioners, District 3

Nonpartisan contests with two candidates are always decided in a Primary Election. All voters are eligible to vote for all nonpartisan contests.

  • Circuit Judge, 7th Judicial Circuit, Group 6
  • Circuit Judge, 7th Judicial Circuit, Group 27
  • School Board, District 1
  • School Board, District 5

Nonpartisan contests with more than two candidates can be decided in a Primary if one candidate receives a majority of the vote (over 50%). All voters are eligible to vote for all nonpartisan contests.

  • Circuit Judge, 7th Judicial Circuit, Group 14
  • School Board, District 3
  • City of Palm Coast Mayor
  • City of Palm Coast Council Member, District 1
  • City of Palm Coast Council Member, District 3

PDF Sample Ballot

PDF Papeleta de Muestra


 

early voting

Any registered and eligible voter may vote early in this election. Early voting will be held August 3 - August 15, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. at three locations in Flagler County.
March 2020

Early Voting Locations:

Flagler County Government Services Building

FLAGLER COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS OFFICE
1769 E. Moody Boulevard
Building 2, Suite 101
Bunnell, FL 32110
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Flagler County Public Library

FLAGLER COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY
2500 Palm Coast Parkway NW
Palm Coast, FL 32137
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PALM COAST COMMUNITY CENTER
305 Palm Coast Parkway NE
Palm Coast, FL 32137
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More information about early voting: vote early in flagler


 

vote by mail

Mail ballots will be sent to all voters who have made a request to vote by mail. In the State of Florida, absentee ballots are counted in every election.

Deadline to request a mail ballot: August 8, 2020

Overseas (UOCAVA) absentee mail date: July 3, 2020

Domestic Vote-by-Mail date: July 14, 2020

 

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