How to Vote by Mail

You may request a vote by mail ballot:


Using the Online Vote by Mail Request form, **see below for exceptions. 


Call our office: 407.742.6000 


Using the Printable Vote by Mail Request form, fax to 407.742.6001 


Using the Printable Vote by Mail Request form, mail to: Supervisor of Elections 2509 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway Kissimmee, FL 34744   


You may vote a mail ballot:

By Mail

You must place your ballot inside the provided secrecy sleeve and then into the provided return envelope. After signing the envelope in the designated area, you will place it in the mail. You do not need a stamp, the postage is pre-paid. The ballot must arrive at the Supervisor of Elections Office by 7pm on Election Day.

In Person 

You may vote a Vote by Mail Ballot in person by visiting our office.  Vote by Mail Ballots are typically available 33-40 days prior to an election.  You must bring photo and signature identification with you.  It is a good idea to call ahead and make sure the ballots are available. You may also request a Vote by Mail Ballot to take home with you and complete at your convenience.  Insert your voted ballot into the return envelope provided to you.  Make sure you seal, sign and date the envelope.  NOTE:  The ballot must reach our office by 7:00 PM on Election Day in order to be counted. 

Supervisor of Elections 
2509 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway 
Kissimmee, FL 34744



A voter may designate another person to pick up a ballot for him/her from our office starting when vote by mail ballots have been mailed and up to 7 p.m. on election day, except during the mandatory early voting period, unless there is an emergency to the extent that the voter is unable to reach the designated early voting site. This designation must be in writing. It must include the voter's name, date of birth, residence address and signature. The designee must be mentioned by name and if he/she is a member of the voter's immediate family, the relationship to the voter must be stated. The voter may write a letter or use the Vote by Mail Ballot Elector Designee form. The designee must provide picture identification. If the designee is not a member of the voter's immediate family he/she may only pick up two (2) vote by mail ballots per election.