This will be a busy election year in the state of Florida. The election season kicks off with a Primary Election in August, followed by the General Election in November. Prepare now and be election ready for these important elections!
View 2018 Election Information and be informed about upcoming elections in Flagler County.
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.
Canvassing Board Schedule
Elections are scheduled for the following municipalities during 2018:
- Palm Coast
Two City of Palm Coast Council Members (District 2 and District 4) are up for election this year. The District 4 race will appear on the Primary Election ballot in August 2018. The District 2 race will appear on the General Election ballot in November 2018. Who is running for office? View a list of local candidates here: Flagler County Local Candidates
Online Voter Registration
This is the first election cycle in which eligible 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 state 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.
Your precinct may have changed for the 2018 Election Cycle.
Flagler County is growing! New precinct boundaries were approved last year to accommodate areas of growth in the county. Two new precincts were created and several polling locations have been impacted. These changes include the adjustment to precinct boundaries which shift voters from very heavily populated precincts to neighboring precincts. Affected voters were mailed a new Voter Information Card in July 2017. For more information, please call (386) 313-4170.
If you plan to vote early or by mail, you will not notice a change. Voters who choose to vote on Election Day are encouraged to use the Precinct Finder to locate their assigned precinct.
2018 Voter's Guide
View the 2018 Voter's Guide with your current elected officials, expiring terms and the most current elections information.