For Your Safety and Convenience
VOTE-BY-MAIL is a safe, secure way for you to vote in every election. You can vote regardless of the weather, health concerns, personal responsibilities and best of all, no lines, no waiting. Since everyone is not familiar with it, perhaps this guide might help.
Did you know? That any registered voter may request a VOTE-BY-Mail ballot? It’s not just for absentee voting anymore.
Did you know? Requesting a VOTE-BY-Mail ballot is easy. In most cases, you can just call the Supervisor of Elections at (386) 313-4170 and request one. You can also request one by mail using this form: Vote-By-Mail Request Form.
Did you know? You can request a VOTE-BY-Mail ballot for up to 2 future general elections (primaries between the general elections are included). That way, you don’t need to do this for every election. Even more exciting is you can check the box on the bottom of the ballot when you vote and extend the VOTE-BY-Mail option every time you vote.
Did you know? Even though you receive a VOTE-BY-MAIL ballot, you may still vote in person if you choose to do so. That’s right! That way, if you are unable to go to the polling place you can use the VOTE-BY-MAIL ballot you receive. If you are more comfortable voting in person and you are able to do so, you can do that. Of course you cannot do both.
Did you know? Your VOTE-BY-MAIL ballot may be mailed to the Supervisor of elections, dropped off at an early voting site (special locked bins) or at the Supervisor’s office, or picked up and delivered by a designated person of your choice.
Did you know? You can track your VOTE-BY-MAIL ballot when it is received by the Supervisor of Elections and check on the status of it to make sure your vote counted. Yep, you can track the progress online using the free access system.
The Supervisor of Elections has even more information at this web link: https://www.flaglerelections.com/Vote-By-Mail-Absentee
John Caruso, Precinct Leader (29)