Until the deadline, vote-by-mail ballot requests will be filled as they are received. Any voter can sign up to vote by mail — no reason or excuse needed.
Return postage on all Alachua County vote-by-mail ballots is prepaid. No stamp is required to return a vote-by-mail ballot. Vote-by-mail ballots must be returned to the Supervisor of Elections Office by 7 p.m. on Election Day, which is March 17.
Voters may drop off their ballots any time at the Supervisor of Elections Office using the office’s secure, white after-hours dropbox, located outside the office near North Main Street.
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Voters who believe their signatures may have changed over time should complete a new voter registration application. A signature update must be submitted prior to the office’s receipt of the voter’s vote-by-mail ballot in order for it to be in effect for this election.
Vote-by-mail ballot requests can be made through two General Elections, meaning voters will be able to request ballots through the 2022 General Election.