How to Request an Absentee Ballot

You may request an absentee ballot by:

Telephone
Call our office, 407.742.6000

Fax

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

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

Online

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

**Exceptions to online requests:
If you are changing your party affiliation from what is on record, you may not request an Absentee Ballot online or via email.  A signed written request must be submitted indicating the party change, using the Florida Voter Registration Application

If your name has changed since you last voted, you may not request an Absentee Ballot online or via e-mail.  A signed written request must be submitted indicating the name change, using the Florida Voter Registration Application
In Person
You may vote an Absentee Ballot in person by visiting our office.  Absentee Ballots are typically available 3 weeks 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 an Absentee Ballot to take home with you and complete at your convenience.  When completed, you can mail it back or return it in person.  It must be sealed in the envelope we gave you for this purpose.  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
Designee
Five days prior to Election Day or on Election Day itself, a voter may designate another person to pick up a ballot for him/her from our office.  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 Absentee 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) absentee ballots per election.