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Hurricane Michael Election Resources

The Florida Department of State’s top priority is ensuring that there are ample opportunities for Floridians impacted by Hurricane Michael to be able to cast ballots safely and securely in the General Election on November 6, 2018. On Thursday, October 18, Governor Scott issued Executive Order 18-283 which gives Supervisors of Elections in Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington counties the authority to extend early voting and enhance vote-by-mail options in their counties.

If you are a voter in Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Jackson, Liberty and Washington counties, you still have the option to vote-by-mail, vote early, or vote on election day. Due to Hurricane Michael, early voting locations, dates and times and election day voting locations may have changed.

Supervisors of Elections in affected counties are required to report any changes to their early voting and election day schedule to the Department. As the Department receives this information from Supervisors of Elections, we will post it on this page. Please check back regularly for updates. 

If you are interested in obtaining a vote-by-mail ballot, please contact your local Supervisor of Elections office for information on how to do so. Contact information for each Supervisor of Elections’ office in affected counties is listed below.

If you are law enforcement, military, a first responder, utility line worker or volunteer assisting in the recovery effort in these affected counties, please contact your county Supervisor of Elections for information on how you can cast your vote. You can find your county Supervisor of Elections’ contact information here.

Supervisors of Elections in affected counties are taking steps to restore offices and operations. Please check your county supervisor of elections’ website for the latest information. If you are unable to contact your county supervisor of elections by phone, please try contacting them via email. Contact information can be found below.











Special Election Information

Voter Information Lookup

Find your voter information using the Voter Information Lookup.

Special Elections

Special Primary and Special Elections are scheduled for April 9 and June 18, respectively, to fill the seats for State House Districts 7 and 38. For more information, visit Special Elections.

Election Results 

Access election results at Florida Election Watch. Preliminary election results are available starting on election night at 8 p.m. Eastern Time / 7 p.m. Central Time.