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Flagler County 2020 Elections

Attention: Presidential Election Year Ahead

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PDF 2020 Canvassing Board Schedule

Learn more about Election Security as we prepare for 2020.

 


 

Flagler County City Elections

City ELECTIONS

Election Day: March 17, 2020

Three municipalities have scheduled elections in March 2020 for voters who reside within the city/town limits. These municipal elections will be held concurrently with the county-wide Presidential Preference Primary on March 17, 2020. The following offices are up for election:

Bunnell:

  • Two (2) City Commissioners

Flagler Beach:

  • Two (2) City Commissioners

Beverly Beach:

  • Two (2) Town Commissioners

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.


2019 Voter's Guide

View the 2019 Voter's Guide with your current elected officials, expiring terms and the most current elections information.


Flagler County Elections News

Frequently Asked Questions about Amendment 4

What is Amendment 4?
The Voting Restoration Amendment was the fourth proposed Constitutional Amendment on the 2018 General Election ballot. This amendment started as a citizen initiative which made ballot position through the collection of over 842,000 petition signatures. The amendment passed with 64.55% of the vote and will now be part of Florida’s Constitution with an effective date of January 8, 2019.

Ballot Summary:
This amendment restores the voting rights of Floridians with felony convictions after they complete all terms of their sentence including parole or probation. The amendment would not apply to those convicted of murder or sexual offenses, who would continue to be permanently barred from voting unless the Governor and Cabinet vote to restore their voting rights on a case by case basis.

What does this mean for convicted felons who were previously deemed ineligible to vote? How will the Supervisor of Elections handle voter registration now with Amendment 4? 

Read our Amendment 4 FAQ for answers. A mobile-friendly version of this information is available right here on our website: Civil Rights - Your Right To Vote

Call (386) 313-4170 if you have further questions.

 



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 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.

Register To Vote Online

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