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New Florida Law Requires Vote-by-Mail Ballot Request After Each General Election

Recent Change in Florida Law: Expiry of Vote-by-Mail Ballot Requests

According to the new Florida law, all Vote-by-Mail ballot requests now expire after each general election. This means that if you wish to vote by mail in the 2024 elections, you must submit a new request for each election—Presidential Preference Primary, Primary, and General Elections.

Take Action Now: Request Your Vote-by-Mail Ballots

To ensure that you receive your Vote-by-Mail ballot for the 2024 elections, we encourage you to submit your requests to your County Supervisor of Elections as soon as possible!

Steps to Request Your Vote-by-Mail Ballot:

1. Locate your County’s Supervisor of Elections Click here for list of all Counties.
2. Locate the “Vote by Mail” section and follow the instructions provided to request a Vote-by-Mail ballot.
3. You may request a vote-by-mail ballot in person, by mail, email, fax or by phone.
4. Complete the necessary forms and submit your request for all elections: Presidential Preference Primary, Primary, and General Elections.

If you have any inquiries or concerns about the Vote-by-Mail process, please don’t hesitate to contact your County Supervisor of Election Office and they will gladly assist you.

Thank you to the Florida Council on Aging for making this information available with our community. 

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