Written requests need to include name, address, relationship to elector, and either the Florida Drivers License #, Florida Identification Card #, or the last 4 digits of the social security number for both the requestor and the voter (if different). If you request the ballot to be sent to an address other than your voting address on file, then this must be done in writing and include your signature. This does not apply to overseas voters or military voters.
Florida Statutes 101.62 requires that you request a ballot no later than 10 days by 5 p.m. before an election day.
On the mail-in ballot, a black or blue pen is used to fill in one oval choice in each category. The voter’s signature IS REQUIRED on the Return Certificate Envelope. The voter inserts the ballot into the secrecy sleeve provided to prevent exposing their choices. However if a voter forgets to use a secrecy sleeve: his ballot will count.The mail-in ballot may be mailed or dropped off in person at any Early Vote Location or at the Supervisor of Election Office (1500 N. Meadowcrest Blvd. Crystal River, FL 34429). PLEASE NOTE: On Election day, mail-in ballots can only be delivered to the Supervisor of Election office by 7 p.m. It CAN NOT be delivered at a local precinct polling site.