All vote-by-mail requests expired on December 31, 2022.
Everyone Must Re-register for Vote-by-Mail.
Please be aware no voter’s Vote-by-Mail ballot status rolls over into the 2023-24 Election Cycle.
The law has changed, and everyone must re-enroll in Vote-by-Mail.
Important Changes to Vote-by-Mail were made by Senate Bill 90:
- You must now renew your request every two years! Pursuant to Florida Statutes §101.62(a), the maximum amount of time your request can be honored is "[f]or all elections through the end of the calendar year of the next regularly scheduled general election." In other words, please be sure to renew your request for a vote-by-mail ballot at the beginning of each odd-numbered year. Therefore, you must make a new vote-by-mail request to receive mail ballots for future elections. Re-request your vote-by-mail ballot and track your ballot at the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections website.
- Anyone who does not have either the last 4 digits of their Social Security Number, or their Florida Driver's License / Florida ID# on file with our office will not be able to make a vote-by-mail request over the phone, or online. Most of these voters would have registered 15 to 20 years ago, before this information was recorded in our databases. You can solve this problem by updating your voter registration. Learn more and update your voter registration at the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections website.
All Alachua County voters who want to vote by mail in 2023 & 2024 need to submit a NEW vote-by-mail ballot request to the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections! Request or track your mail ballot today.
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