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Who Can Pickup Vote-By-Mail Ballots (previously Absentee)

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A registered qualified voter may designate in writing another person to pick up their ballot. Carry out ballots are available to a designee no earlier than five days prior to the day of the election. The designee may only pick up two (2) vote-by-mail ballots per election other than his or her own, except for ballots picked up for members of his or her ‘immediate family.‘  The designee must provide picture identification, the written authorization from the voter, and complete an affidavit

Immediate family” is defined as spouse, parent, child, grandparent or sibling of the designee or the designee's spouse or legal guardian. A requester must disclose the relationship.

RETURNING A VOTE-BY-MAIL BALLOT

Marked ballots must be mailed or delivered in person reaching the Supervisor of Elections’ office not later than 7 p.m. on the day of the election. Do not return your voted vote-by-mail ballot to a polling place.

A drop box is available at the Main Office of the Supervisor of Elections (on the wall by the soda machine) and at the Fort White Branch Office (on the door).  You may drop your vote-by-mail ballot off, after hours, at either location.  

TO CHECK THE STATUS OF YOUR RETURNED VOTE-BY-MAIL BALLOT     
Select My Registration Status from the Menu at the top of this page.  Complete the form with your last name, date of birth and house number.  Under the current election select "Show My Mail Ballot Information".    

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