www.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.
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 found here 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.
General Election: November 3, 2020
Voter Registration Deadline: October 5, 2020
Vote-by Mail request Deadline: October 24, 2020
Vote-By Mail Return Deadline: 7 pm November 3, 2020
Primary Election: August 18, 2020
Voter Registration Deadline: July 20, 2018
Vote-By-Mail Request Deadline: August 8,2020
Vote-By-Mail Return Deadline: 7 p.m., August 18, 2020
Preference Primary Election: March 17, 2020
Voter Registration Deadline: February 18,
Vote-By-Mail Request Deadline: March 7, 2020
Vote-By-Mail Return Deadline: 7 p.m., March
Federal, State and Local Elections
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.
UPCOMING ELECTION DATES
Primary August 18, 2020 (Books close July 18, 2020)
General Election November 3, 2020 (Books close October 2, 2020)
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 of the Supervisors of Elections. Check SOE websites for forms.
For information about recording a change of name, address or party affiliation, please call the office of the Supervisor of Elections in your county.
County Supervisor of Elections 595-3900 Website
Rosa County Supervisor of Elections 983-1900/934-5409 Website
Be Ready to Vote! Florida Election laws have changed. Check your voter status here: www.BeReadyToVote or Escambia and Santa Rosa County websites.
Voter Service members assist citizens register to vote. Want to help? Contact email@example.com.
Checkers on Major Deceptions:
of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania.
FactCheck.org and sister site for the lighter side of spin,
FlackCheck.org. Check out
'Face the Facts USA' , a project of The George Washington University's
Center for Innovative Media at GW School of Media and Public Affairs.
Secrets.org is a research group tracing
money in U.S. politics and its effect on elections and public policy.
state of Florida offers a toll-free Voter
Assistance Hotline in English and Spanish: 1-866-308-6739
is an integral part of the League of Women Voters. It is strictly
non-partisan and purely educational. It includes voter registration,
as well as the presentation of educational information to assist voters
on non-partisan information on issues.
concentrates on educating voters before
they go to the polls. One important aspect of Voter Service is the presentation of
pros/cons on proposed amendments to the Florida Constitution. This information
is available on the League website so that you may become informed.
WSRE Rally 2016 -- August 2, 3 and 4 Primary Election recordings can be seen here.
WSRE Rally 2016 - October 25 General Election recording will be seen here.
Candidates on Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties ballots have received questions on public policy, to provide biographical information and a photo. Responses are found in the Escambia Santa Rosa County General Election e-Guide here.
- In the general elections, why am I being asked to vote "yes" or "no" on some District Court of Aoppeal judges? (Video YouTube 58 sec.)
- The LWV Florida board examined the 2018 Constitutional Amendments on the November ballot. The League positons are here.
- Rally 2018 - - The Primary broadcast may be viewed here.