If you need to update your address: You can do it online.
If you recently changed your name, want to change parties or need a replacement voter card: Call the Seminole County Supervisor of Elections Office at 407-708-7705. The deadline to make changes is looming and the nice folks there can walk you through the process.
If you are already a registered voter and want to vote by mail: Fill out this form online. You have until six days before the Nov. 8 election to request a mail-in ballot. And do you love those “I voted” stickers? We do too! Now we can print out own – they’re on the link!
NOTE: The Seminole SOE’s Office asks that we put postage on the envelope when we mail them back in – 47 cents, or one “forever” stamp. However, the postal service WILL deliver ballots without a stamp. Better idea: take them to one of the early voting locations or the SOE’s office and turn it in in person.
Early voting starts next week – Oct. 24. Here’s what you need to know about voting early, plus a list of early-vote locations.
If you prefer to vote on Election Day – Tuesday, Nov. 8 – you must do so at your home precinct. Your precinct number is printed on your voter information card and on your sample ballot. Polls are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. More info is here, or you can call the SOE’s office at 407-708-7705.