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LCSOE Early Voting

EARLY VOTING


How do I vote early?
What identification is required?
How can I request a mail ballot?
How many mail ballots can someone pick up?
When does my mail ballot need to be voted and returned?

2014 Early Voting Sites

1. Woodville Community Library
8000 Old Woodville Road
Tallahassee FL
5. Leon County Courthouse Rotunda
301 S Monroe Street
Tallahassee FL
2. Ft. Braden Library
16327 Blountstown Highway
Tallahassee FL
6. Lake Jackson Community Center
3840 N. Monroe St
Tallahassee FL
3. Northeast Library
5513 Thomasville Road
Tallahassee FL
7. Smith-Williams Community Center
2295 Pasco St
Tallahassee FL
4. Eastside Library
1583 Pedrick Road
Tallahassee FL

Click here for location details

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How do I vote early?

It is easy to vote early! Any registered voter who is eligible to vote in an upcoming election may vote early instead of voting at his/her assigned polling location on Election Day. You can request a mail ballot or vote at any one of our seven(7) Early Voting Sites during the designated early voting period.

What are the identification requirements?

Current and valid picture identifications required at early voting and assigned polls:

  1. Florida driver’s license.
  2. Florida identification card issued by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.
  3. United States passport.
  4. Debit or credit card.
  5. Military identification.
  6. Student identification.
  7. Retirement center identification.
  8. Neighborhood association identification.
  9. Public assistance identification.

If the picture identification does not contain the signature of the voter, an additional identification that provides the voter’s signature shall be required.

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How can I request a mail ballot?

Absentee ballots for walk-ins will be available at the Leon County Courthouse, Plaza, on the Monday before each election (8:00 am to 5:00 pm) and on Election Day (7:00 am to7:00 pm).

REQUESTING MAIL BALLOTS:
A) You can request a mail ballot by phone, mail, fax or online. Information needed includes:

  • YOUR NAME
  • YOUR ADDRESS
  • YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION NUMBER or BIRTHDATE

Without this specific information, we are unable to process your mail ballot request.
Click here to request a mail ballot.

B) Your mail ballot may be picked up by any person (except a candidate for office) that you designate. If you ask someone to pick up a mail ballot for you, there are several additional requirements.

If the person is not an immediate family member, they must have a written request signed by you naming them as your designee to receive the ballot on your behalf. An immediate family member may pick up a mail ballot for you without your written permission.

Either your immediate family member or the person you designate to pickup your ballot must furnish to us:

  • YOUR NAME
  • YOUR ADDRESS
  • YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION NUMBER or BIRTHDATE

plus:

show their photo ID and complete a form which will include:

  • THEIR NAME
  • THEIR ADDRESS
  • THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO YOU


Without this specific information, we are unable to process your mail ballot request.

How many mail ballots can someone pick up?

A person may pick up mail ballots for no more than two (2) voters in any given election, unless they are immediate family members in which case there is no set limit.

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When does my mail ballot need to be voted and returned?

There are two rules governing this question.

Regular, In-country Mail Ballots

Florida Statute 101.6103 - Mail ballot election procedure:


(2) Upon receipt of the ballot the elector shall mark the ballot, place it in the secrecy envelope, sign the return mailing envelope supplied with the ballot, and comply with the instructions provided with the ballot. The elector shall mail, deliver, or have delivered the marked ballot so that it reaches the supervisor of elections no later than 7 p.m. on the day of the election. The ballot must be returned in the return mailing envelope.

Overseas Mail Ballots

Division of Elections Rule 1S-2.013 - Mail Ballots to Overseas Electors:


(7) With respect to the presidential preference primary and the general election, any mail ballot cast for a federal office by an overseas elector which is postmarked or signed and dated no later than the date of the Federal election shall be counted if received no later than 10 days from the date of the Federal election as long as such mail ballot is otherwise proper.

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