Any eligible person may register online, by mail, by delivery, or by completing the application in person at the Supervisor of Elections Office by the deadline (29 days prior to any election).
IMPORTANT! IN ORDER TO REGISTER ONLINE, you must have a Florida Driver License or Florida Identification Card. IF YOU REGISTER ONLINE, then you are NOT automatically scheduled to have vote-by-mail ballots sent to you. If you would like vote-by-mail ballots sent to you, then you will need to request them after you REGISTER ONLINE.
REGISTERING TO VOTE BY MAILING THE ORIGINAL APPLICATION (or by delivering or having the application delivered):
PRINT an application. If you need either application to be sent to you, contact our office by email to firstname.lastname@example.org; fax to 904-301-3867; telephone at 904-255-3431; or mail to Maggie Johnson, Supervisor of Elections Office, 105 E. Monroe Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202.
Choose your application:
Federal Post Card Application (FPCA): Use this application IF (1) you are a member of the uniformed services living outside Duval County; a member of the Merchant Marine living outside Duval County; a spouse or dependent of either such member and living outside Duval County; and/or an overseas voter AND (2) you would like to register to vote AND (3) you would like to request vote-by-mail ballots.
Florida Voter Registration Application (FVRA): Use this application IF you are living within Duval County and are a member of the uniformed services or Merchant Marine or spouse or dependent of such member AND you would like to register to vote. This form will NOT serve as a ballot request.
IF YOU ARE NOT living overseas, and IF YOU ARE NOT a member of the uniformed services, the Merchant Marine, or a dependent or spouse of either such member, you may still register to vote and request vote-by-mail ballots. You may also get help from our office.
COMPLETE THE APPLICATION.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: If I register with a minor party or with no party affiliation (NPA), does that mean I can vote for anyone in a Florida primary election?
A: No. To vote for a specific candidate in a Florida primary election, you must be registered as the same party of the candidate for whom you would like to vote.
Q: What if I do not have a Florida Driver License or Florida Identification Card?
A: If you do not have a Florida Driver License or Florida Identification Card, then you may use the last four digits of your Social Security number to register to vote in Florida.
Q: What if I am temporarily residing outside Duval County and have no permanent address in Duval County?
A: If a person is temporarily residing outside Duval County and has no permanent address in Duval County AND it is the person’s intention to remain a resident of Duval County, then such person may use 105 E. Monroe St., Jacksonville, FL 32202, as the legal residence address. The person using this option has to have had some prior physical presence and residence in the county. IMPORTANT!! If you use 105 East Monroe Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202, as your voting residence address, you MUST provide a mailing address outside Duval County.
Q: Is a digital signature acceptable for voter registration in Florida?
A: A complete voter registration application must contain the original signature or a digital signature transmitted by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. The only digital signatures the Supervisor of Elections can accept for voter registration are those received directly from the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.
MAIL (or deliver or have delivered) THE ORIGINAL APPLICATION TO
Supervisor of Elections Office
105 East Monroe Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Unless you register online, you MUST mail (or deliver or have delivered) your original, hand-signed application for your application to be considered “complete.” You may also register by completing an application in person at the Supervisor of Elections Office, 105 E. Monroe St., Jacksonville, FL 32202. If you do not receive a voter information card within two weeks of registering, or if you have any questions, please contact Maggie Johnson at (904) 255-3431 or email email@example.com.
DEADLINE TO REGISTER TO VOTE IN FLORIDA: 29 DAYS PRIOR TO ELECTION
Sections 97.052(5), 97.053, 97.055(1)(a), 97.0585, 101.021, 101.045(1), 101.62, Fla. Stat.