Vote-by-Mail Request and Early Voting Reports

Application to Obtain Vote-by-Mail Request Information

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Vote-by-Mail request information is confidential and exempt from public disclosure under section 101.62(3), Florida Statutes, except to the following persons or entities who may obtain and use it for political purposes only:

1) Canvassing board, 2) Election official, 3)Political party or official thereof, 4) Registered political committee, 5) Candidate who has filed qualification papers and is opposed in an upcoming election, and 6) Voter (entitled only to access his or her own Vote-by-Mail request information directly from Supervisor of Elections for county of residence).

Authorization for access is only valid for one general election cycle (i.e. the year in which the scheduled primary and general elections are held). Access automatically expires at the end of the calendar year in which issued. You will have to reapply to renew access (Rule 1S-2.043(3)(d), F.A.C.).

Request Application

For electronic access to Vote-by-Mail request information posted on the Division of Elections' website as forwarded by the Supervisors of Elections, check the applicable authorization category and submit this completed form:

A candidate who has filed qualification papers and is opposed in an upcoming election
Canvassing board
Political committee
A political party or official thereof


  I affirm that I am a person authorized by Section 101.62(3), Florida Statutes, to acquire Vote-by-Mail request information

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