Be Ready to Vote

Register to vote or check your status

To check your voter status, click here. If you’re not registered, you still have time to do so for the August 20th election! The deadline to register is Monday, July 22nd, 2024. If you prefer to update your address by phone or in person, you can contact the Seminole County SOE office.

Three ways to vote

1. Request a Vote by Mail ballot

The most convenient and recommended way to vote is by mail! Remember that ALL vote-by-mail ballots expired last year and must be renewed. Any registered voter may request a free mail ballot. Click here to make your request. You may also choose to make the request by calling the Seminole County SOE office at 407.585.8683. Once that’s done, you can track the status of your mail ballot at TrackMyMailBallot.org.

If you need your mail ballot sent to an address that is not currently on your voter record - you must mail, fax, or email the Seminole County SOE office the request with an original signature. You can find the mail ballot request form by clicking here.

2. Early Voting

Early voting will take place between Saturday, August 10th and Saturday, August 17th from 10am to 6pm. Click here to find your nearest early voting location. A Vote-By-Mail ballot may also be turned in at a Secure Ballot Intake Station located at any early voting location during Early Voting dates and hours of operation. Please be sure to bring photo and signature identification.

3. Election Day Voting - August 20th

You can vote on Election Day on Tuesday, August 20th 7am to 7pm. You can find your neighborhood-based polling location either on your voter information card, your sample ballot, by calling 407.585.VOTE(8683), or by clicking here.