(WFLA) – Vote-By-Mail ballots formerly known as Absentee ballots can be requested by mail, by phone or in person at the Supervisor of Elections’ office.
To receive the Vote-By-Mail ballot a voter doesn’t have to be absent from the country or have an excuse to not come to the polling location on the election day. Anybody who wants to vote by mail can do so.
To request the ballot you can:
- apply online at your county’s Supervisor of Elections website;
- request it in writing (by email, mail or fax) to Supervisor of Elections;
- request it in person at a Supervisor of Elections’ office;
- request it by phone.
You will need the following information:
- The voter’s name;
- Date of birth
- The voter’s signature – if the request is written.
You can get more details and find helpful links on MyFlorida.com