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Request Vote By Mail.
By law, we make special accommodations for military and overseas voters. You can find information about that here. Any registered voter can vote by mail, formerly known as absentee voting, Floridians no longer need an excuse to choose this option.
Whether you plan to be in town or out of town on Election Day, we'll send your ballot wherever you need it to be. Just make sure to let us know if your mailing address changes. We keep the most recent mailing address on file for all of our correspondence with you. The deadline to request that a Vote By Mail ballot be mailed to you is no later than 5 p.
We will have an updated online request form available soon.
By Phone: 3. In Person: at any of our Supervisor of Elections Offices 4. In Writing: voter votehillsborough. Falkenburg Rd, Tampa, FL 5. By Fax: To Request Vote By Mail for yourselfyou must provide:. You are allowed to request a Vote By Mail ballot for yourself or for an immediate family member. Immediate family members include the spouse, parent, child, grandparent, grandchild or sibling of you or your spouse.
To Request Vot e By Mail for someone elseyou must provide :. Your Vote By Mail ballot will include instructions on the proper way to mark and return your ballot. Read those instructions carefully. If you are filling out your Vote By Mail ballot and you make a mistake, let us know. Whether voting by mail or at the polling place, voters can receive up to two replacements ballots before their ballot has been cast. Once the ballot has been mailed to our office, dropped in a ballot box, or inserted into a ballot scanning machine, your ballot has been cast and no replacements can be issued.
You must the return envelope and we must receive your Vote By Mail ballot no later than 7 p.
If you plan to mail your ballot back to us, you should allow at least a week for your ballot to reach our office. You can also drop your ballot off in person at any of our four offices or Early Voting locations during operating hours.
If you change your mind after receiving your ballot and decide you want to vote in person instead, that's okay. We'll cancel your Vote By Mail ballot when you check in to vote. Don't want to mail back your ballot?
No problem! We set up secure, curbside ballot boxes for your convenience. No need to stand in line or even get out of your car. When we receive your ballot, we check your ature against the ature we have on file.
If your ature has changed, you can use an online voter registration application to bring your Florida Driver or Florida ID ature into your voter record, or a paper voter registration application to update your ature. Your ature update must be received before your voted Vote By Mail ballot is received. Please follow the instructions on the form carefully, as failure to follow these instructions may cause your ballot not to count.
If you can't get to a voting location, you can deate someone to pick up a Vote By Mail ballot for you. The deation must be authorized in writing. The earliest a deee can pick up your ballot is 9 days before Election Day. A deee is limited to picking up Vote By Mail ballots for two other voters per election, not including their own ballot and the ballots for immediate family members. Immediate family members include the spouse, parent, child, grandparent, grandchild or sibling of the deee or deee's spouse. On Election Day, you also have to complete this Election Day Absentee Ballot Delivery Affidavit to affirm that an emergency is keeping you from being able to vote in your ased polling place.
We even include I Voted By Mail stickers in every envelope, so you can let your friends know you voted! You'll receive your ballot in the mail, and can take your time making your voting decisions. For many years now, about a third of our voters have found Vote By Mail to be an easy, reliable method of voting.
Here's why you can have confidence in Vote By Mail. Vote By Mail is the most convenient way to vote.To my Tampa Florida friend who boxes
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