It's 60 days before the Presidential Preference Primary election, now is the time for voters to prepare. One of three convenient ways to vote is by mail, which allows voters to avoid the lines on Election Day and vote from the convenience of their home. Escambia County voters will be receiving a post card from Supervisor of Elections David H. Stafford with instructions on how to request a vote-by-mail ballot for the March Presidential Preference Primary, August Primary and November General elections.
Voters have several ways to make their request:
- Visit EscambiaVotes.com and click the Vote By Mail tab. Follow the instructions for completing the online request form, or
- Contact the Supervisor of Elections office by phone (850) 595-3900, or in person, or
- Complete, sign, and return the postage-paid vote-by-mail request form attached to the postcard.
Vote-by-mail voters may track the status of their ballot by using the Track My Ballot feature at EscambiaVotes.com. In addition, a voter can verify their registration status, party affiliation, precinct number and polling location, and view important future election information with the Am I Registered? feature on the home page.
Vote-by-mail ballots can be requested for up to two election cycles. As Florida does not allow for a permanent vote-by-mail voter designation, voters must periodically renew their vote-by-mail request so be sure to verify your vote-by-mail status. For further information on vote-by-mail ballots, early voting, precincts, or polling locations, please visit EscambiaVotes.com or contact us at (850) 595-3900 or by email at [email protected].