If your address has changed, be sure that you notify the Elections Office.
Resources for individuals who wish to restore their civil rights and vote in Florida.
Who represents you? These are your current elected officials in federal, state and local government.
View district maps for representatives and voting locations in Flagler County.
You must vote in the precinct where you live on Election Day. Use this Precinct Finder to look up your voting location.
This page is designed to help answer the questions we are asked most frequently concerning elections, candidates and voter registration.
You must be registered for at least 29 days before you can vote in an election. Read about the requirements for registering for the first time in the state of Florida and where to obtain a Florida Voter Registration Application.
Registered voters who are away from their residence in Flagler County serving in the U.S. Armed Forces may vote by mail with an absentee ballot. Thank you for your service to our country!
A list of all precincts and voting locations in Flagler County.
Keep your voter registration current with an updated signature.
If your address, name, choice of party affiliation, or signature has changed, be sure that you notify the Elections Office.
View voter registration statistics by precinct and party in Flagler County since 2003.
Book closing refers to the deadline for changes to voter registration books in preparation for an election. You must be registered to vote with your party affiliation 29 days prior to each election.
The Florida canvass process protects your vote. Each election in Florida requires a Canvassing Board for oversight and certification of the electoral process. The official election canvass is conducted in each county pursuant to Florida Statutes and Rules of the Florida Administrative Code.