Vote411.org, criteria, deadlines and Supervisor of Elections info for Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties

Candidate positions and forums

Amendment info, Nonpartisan Voter Guide, how elections work in Florida

Complete schedule including early voting and critical deadlines

Voter Registration
Candidate Info
Election Info
Election Dates
 

Voter Registration Info

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VOTE411.org is a 'one-stop-shop' providing simple tools to help voters in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties navigate the voting process. You can register to vote, check your own voter registration info, and more.

Voter Registration Criteria

You must register in your county of residence in Florida and you must be:
* a United States citizen
* at least 18 years of age
* in full possession of your civil rights
* registered 29 days prior to the election

Registration applications are available at drivers' license offices, public libraries or at the offices or websites of the Supervisors of Elections (SOE).

Need to Make Changes?
 

For information about recording a change of name, address or party affiliation, please contact the office of the Supervisor of Elections in your county.

Go to Escambia County Supervisor of Elections

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Go to Santa Rosa County Supervisor of Elections

Want to Vote by Mail?

Request your mail-in ballot from the Supervisor of Elections in your county using the buttons above.  Hurry!  The deadline for requests is October 24, 2020!

 

Candidate Info

VOTE411.org is a 'one-stop-shop' providing simple tools to help voters in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties navigate the voting process. Candidates on your ballot have responses to issue-related questions, as well as information on the election process in Florida. Enter your address to find information on the candidates on your ballot and more.

Watch the candidates in action!  Register on our Events page to watch upcoming live Candidate Forums live or check back to view the recorded versions as they are added to YouTube.

 

Election Info

Nonpartisan Voter Guide: The League's Voter Guide for Florida's General Election containing information about the constitutional amendments and statewide races on the ballot will be available in September 2020.

Amendments Explained: League members are available to speak to your group about the proposed constitutional amendments that will appear on the General Election ballot. Contact us to schedule a speaker.

How do Federal, State and Local Elections Work?

On election day, the polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Early voting will be available at designated locations in each county prior to Election Day. Voters must present valid identification (photo ID, signature); otherwise, they must vote a Provisional ballot.
 

To participate in the primary election of a particular party, voters must be registered in that party. However, if all candidates for an office are from the same party and will not face opposition in the general election, then all qualified voters may cast a ballot in the primary, regardless of party affiliation.
 

In the general election, you may vote for the candidate of your choice without regard to political party.

 

Election Dates

General Election: November 3, 2020

Voter Deadlines


Voter Registration Deadline: October 5, 2020
Vote-by Mail request Deadline: October 24, 2020
Vote-By Mail Return Deadline: 7 pm November 3, 2020

Early Voting Dates

Escambia County:    October 19 - October 31, 2020

Santa Rosa County:  October 19 - October 31, 2020

State-wide:               October 24 - October 31, 2020

League of Women Voters Pensacola Bay Area

P.O. Box 2023

Pensacola, FL 32513

lwvpba@gmail.com

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