With the passing of Senate Bill 90, there have been changes to the vote-by-mail request process. We are updating our vote-by-mail request forms and procedures, in accordance with Senate Bill 90. New vote-by-mail request forms will be available soon. If you would like to request a vote-by-mail ballot, please call us using the number below and have your driver license, ID card, or the last 4 digits of your social security number available.
Request a Vote-By-Mail Ballot
- By phone – call us at 407-836-8683
- Please have ready either:
- Your driver license
- Your Florida ID card or
- The last 4 digits of your social security number
Your vote-by-mail ballot will not count if the signature on the return envelope does not match the signature on file. Signatures often change due to age, injury, or illness.
To update your signature, complete a Florida Voter Registration Application (English PDF, Division of Elections Website).
Download a Florida Voter Registration Application (Spanish PDF, Division of Elections Website)
Missing Signature or Signature Mismatch
If you return a vote-by-mail ballot without a signature or with a non-matching signature, you can “cure” your ballot with an affidavit. You have until 5 p.m. two days after Election Day to submit the affidavit, which will allow the ballot to be counted.