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Are You Election Ready?


Are You Election Ready? Flagler County Elections 2020

Make sure your voice is heard. Your Vote Counts!

Attention: Presidential Election Year Ahead.

Election season kicks off soon in the state of Florida with the Presidential Preference Primary on St. Patrick's Day: March 17, 2020. With three elections in 2020 and high turnout expected for each, it will be a busy year in Flagler County! Keep up to date on the most current elections information here. You are always welcomed to call (386) 313-4170 or stop by the Elections Office in the Government Services Building in Bunnell. We are here to serve you, the voters of Flagler County. Thank you for taking the time to visit this website and I hope the information you find here is helpful.  - Kaiti Lenhart, Supervisor of Elections

Register and Vote in 2020

Prepare now to be Election Ready in 2020! Registering to vote or updating your voter registration is easy, there are many online resources available here on this website. Request a Vote-By-Mail ballot online using our Mail Ballot Request form. 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.

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Presidential Preference Primary Election

March 17Election Day: March 17, 2020 

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

Deadline for new registrations: February 18, 2020

NEW REGISTRATIONS

If you are not registered to vote, you must register no later than 29 days prior to Election Day. To register to vote in this election, consider using Florida's Online Voter Registration System to register. You may also complete the paper Florida Voter Registration Application form and deliver or mail it to the Elections Office by the deadline: February 18, 2020.

CLOSED PRIMARY ELECTIONS

Florida is a closed primary state. If you wish to vote in this partisan 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 on issues, nonpartisan and municipal candidates in a Primary Election. Please note that regularly scheduled municipal elections for the City of Bunnell, Town of Beverly Beach and City of Flagler Beach will be held concurrently with this election.

Party Change Deadline

The party change deadline for the upcoming Presidential Preference Primary Election is February 18, 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: February 18, 2020.

OFFICES ON THE BALLOT

What is the Presidential Preference Primary Election?

The Presidential Preference Primary Election is a unique Primary election which is held only during Presidential election cycles, every four years. This is the first step in which Florida voters will begin the process of electing the United States President.

Some states hold the same type of Presidential Preference Primary Election; others hold caucuses and a few states have a combination of both. The Presidential Primary or caucus is held in every state in the United States between January and June of a Presidential election year.

These are considered to be "indirect elections," which means the results in each state help determine how many delegates each political party’s national convention will receive from their respective state. The delegates of each political party will select their Presidential nominee. The official nomination of each party candidate for United States President will be announced at their respective conventions. The conventions for each political party will be held during the summer of 2020.

The candidates nominated by each political party will appear on the General Election ballot in each state in the United States. This General Election for U.S. President will be held on November 3, 2020. In Flagler County, this election will also include many other Federal, State, Multi-County, Judicial, County and Local offices up for election. Make sure your voice is heard! One vote can make a difference, Be Election Ready in 2020.


Primary Election

During this Legislative session, the law was changed to move the Primary Election date in August. The election will now be held on August 18, which is 11 weeks before the General Election in November.

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

NEW REGISTRATIONS

If you are not registered to vote, you must register no later than 29 days prior to Election Day. To register to vote in this election, consider using Florida's Online Voter Registration System to register. You may also complete the paper Florida Voter Registration Application form and deliver or mail it to the Elections Office by the deadline: July 20, 2020.

CLOSED PRIMARY ELECTIONS

Florida is a closed primary state. If you wish to vote in this partisan 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 on issues, nonpartisan and municipal candidates in a Primary Election. Please note that regularly scheduled municipal elections for the City of Palm Coast will be held concurrently with this election.

Party Change Deadline

The party change deadline for the upcoming Presidential Preference 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.

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! Some nonpartisan races for School Board or municipal offices could be decided in a Primary. 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.

OFFICES ON THE BALLOT

There are many Federal, state, multi-county, county and local offices which may be on the Primary Election ballot in August. The following offices are up for election.

FEDERAL OFFICES

  • United States Representative, District 6

STATE & MULTI-COUNTY OFFICES

  • State Senator, District 7
  • State Representative, District 24

JUDICIAL OFFICES

  • State Attorney
  • Public Defender
  • Retention of Supreme Court Justices and 5th District Court of Appeal Judges, whose terms expire
  • Retention of Circuit 7 Court Judges, whose terms expire, group numbers: 6, 7, 10, 11, 14, 18, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, and 27

COUNTY OFFICES

  • County Commissioners, Districts 1, 3, 5
  • Sheriff
  • Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller
  • Tax Collector
  • Property Appraiser
  • Supervisor of Elections
  • School Board Members, Districts 3, 5

SPECIAL DISTRICTS

  • East Flagler Mosquito Control, Seats 1, 2, 3
  • Dunes CDD, Seats 2, 3, 4
  • Grand Haven CDD, Seats 2, 4
  • Tomoka CDD, Seats 1, 2
  • Town Center of Palm Coast CDD, Seats 2, 4, 5

CITY OFFICES

  • City of Palm Coast: Mayor and Council Members, Districts 1, 3

General Election

November 3Election Day: November 3, 2020

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

Deadline for new registrations: October 5, 2020

NEW REGISTRATIONS

If you are not registered to vote, you must register no later than 29 days prior to Election Day. To register to vote in this election, consider using Florida's Online Voter Registration System to register. You may also complete the paper Florida Voter Registration Application form and deliver or mail it to the Elections Office by the deadline: October 5, 2020.


How And Where To Vote

There are three ways to vote in Florida. Any registered and eligible voter may choose to vote by mail, vote early or vote at their assigned precinct on Election Day. Early voting information will be available here soon. In the meantime, please request your Vote By Mail ballot or find your Election Day voting location.

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