Last year, Gov. DeSantis signed into law Senate Bill 90, which includes a requirement that Floridians who vote-by-mail must request a mail ballot every general election cycle. This means that your request for a vote-by-mail ballot in 2022 has expired. You have to make another request for vote-by-mail ballots for elections in 2023-2024.
Florida is a closed primary state. In partisan office contests in a primary election, a voter may only vote for the candidates of the party in which he or she is registered. That is why different ballot styles exist in a primary election. The voter’s ballot style is tied to his or her party affiliation.
Voters registered with no party affiliation (NPA) are not eligible to vote for partisan candidates in a primary election unless a Universal Primary Contest (UPC) occurs.
All registered voters regardless of party affiliation are entitled to vote on non-partisan candidates and issues.
In a General Election, all registered voters receive the same ballot regardless of their party affiliation and are eligible to vote for any candidate.
Supervisor of Elections
To register to vote, call the Supervisor of Elections at 352-620-3290 or go to www.votemarion.gov
In order to participate in the democratic process, you need to both register to vote and then vote in elections. The Marion County Supervisor of Elections Office can help you register to vote, change your address, or explore the different options you have to cast your ballot.
Supervisor of Elections Office
981 NE 16th Street
Ocala, FL 34478-0289
Hours: M–F 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.