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Robert D. Bender
Escambia County
Supervisor of Elections

Vote-By-Mail Requests Must Be Renewed

Voters who wish to receive a vote-by-mail ballot during the 2024 election cycle must submit a new request to the Supervisor of Elections, as all existing requests expired following the 2022 General Election. Legislation enacted by the Florida legislature and signed by the governor requires voters to submit a new vote-by-mail request for each election cycle.

As a result, any voter who wishes to vote-by-mail in the 2024 Presidential Preference Primary, Primary or General Elections, or any special election called in 2023 or 2024, must take action in order to receive a vote-by-mail ballot. Another recent change in law requires that voters include their Florida Driver’s License number, Florida Identification Card number, or the last four digits of their social security number when submitting a vote-by-mail request.

All Florida voters have the option to vote-by-mail, and any Escambia County voter may request a vote-by-mail ballot in one of the following ways:

  • Visit EscambiaVotes.gov/vote-by-mail to submit an electronic request
  • Call (850) 595-3900 and request a vote-by-mail ballot by phone
  • Submit a vote-by-mail request form in person or by mail to our office

For more information, visit EscambiaVotes.gov/vote-by-mail, email us at [email protected], or call us at (850) 595-3900.

Published on January 19, 2023
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