Florida Primary Election

The inside of the Leon County Supervisor of Elections office with a vote sign
Leon County Supervisor of Elections twitter

Floridians who want to request a vote by mail ballot have until Wednesday to do so.

Tom Flanigan

Thousands of mail-in-ballots are now on the way to Leon County voters. This marks the official start of the 2018 primary election.

Register-To-Vote-Florida.gov
RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov

After numerous complaints last week, Florida’s election agency says the glitches on its online voter registration website are fixed. But, if anyone sees any other issues going forward, they’re urged to report them immediately.

Register-To-Vote-Florida.gov
RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov

Floridians have until the end of the month to register to vote in Florida’s Primary Election or update their party affiliation.

MGN Online

The August 30th Primary is just around the corner, and a common misconception is only those affiliated with a major political party can vote in that election. But, Leon County Supervisor of Elections Ion Sancho wants to set the record straight.

LWV

Following confusion over voter registration in the Presidential Primaries, the Florida League of Women Voters is trying to clarify how voters can be prepared for the upcoming Primary on August 30th.

Erik Hersman via Flickr

Florida elections officials are seeing shorter early-voting lines at the polls this year and attribute it to a 2013 law giving local offices more say in early voting hours and locations. But election supervisors say the added convenience hasn't drawn more people to the polls so far this primary.

Florida lawmakers changed voting laws last year after negative headlines about long lines at the polls during the 2012 election.

Duval County Elections Supervisor Jerry Holland says lines are shorter this year.

Tuesday's primary election determined that the race for the newly created Florida House of Representatives District 7, which includes parts of Leon and nine surrounding counties, will be between a Crawfordville businessman and current Liberty Co. Clerk of Courts. In a district that covers more land area than any other in the state, the Democratic candidate received more votes than all of his Republican challengers combined.