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Voting

4th District

DO YOU LIVE IN DISTRICT 4?

To help you better understand if you live in the 4th Congressional District of Florida please find a Google Map provided with the 4th district shaded. You can zoom in and out of this map using the + and – to see more detail.

Your County

For other useful resources regarding voting, early voting options, voting by mail, voting locations and more, please find your county specific information here:

Voting Dates*

Presidential Preference Primary: Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Primary Election: Tuesday, August 18, 2020
General Election: Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020 

*You must be registered to vote 30 days prior to the election day in order to be able to vote. Early voting dates and other specifics vary by county location. Check your county link above to plan accordingly.

Voter Information

“Our country is always made better and stronger when all voices have a seat at the table. Your voice matters.” Donna

Register to Vote

October 5: Applications for voter registration must be postmarked by this day.

If you have a valid Florida driver’s license or Florida identification card, you can register to vote online.

To register to vote by mail, download the application, complete the form, sign it, and mail it to your county Board of Elections at the following addresses:

Duval County

Supervisor of Elections 
105 E Monroe St
Jacksonville, FL 32202-3213
Phone: 904-630-1414

Nassau County

Supervisor of Elections 
96135 Nassau Pl Ste 3
Yulee, FL 32097-8699
Phone: 904-491-7500

St. Johns County

Supervisor of Elections
4455 Ave A Ste 101
St. Augustine, FL 32095-5200
Phone: 904-823-2238

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Requesting a Mail Ballot

October 27: Applications for mail ballots must be postmarked or submitted online by this day. Get your request in early so you have plenty of time to receive your ballot, vote from home, and mail it back.

ONLINE
Request your mail ballot online for your county:
Nassau County: click here
Duval County: click here
St. Johns County: click here

BY MAIL, EMAIL, FAX, OR PHONE CALL
You can also request your absentee ballot by mail, email, fax, or phone call. Reach out to your county’s Supervisor of Elections with the following information:

  • The voter’s name;
  • The voter’s address;
  • The voter’s date of birth; and
  • The voter’s signature (if the request is written and the request is to an address other than the one on file). Note, an exception to this requirement exists for absent uniformed service voter or an overseas voter seeking a vote-by-mail ballot.
Duval County

Supervisor of Elections 
105 E Monroe St
Jacksonville, FL 32202-3213
Phone: 904-630-1414
Email: mhogan@coj.net
Fax: 904-630-2920

Nassau County
Supervisor of Elections 96135 Nassau Pl Ste 3 Yulee, FL 32097-8699 Phone: 904-491-7500 Email: vcannon@votenassau.com
Fax: 904-432-1400
St. Johns County

Supervisor of Elections
4455 Ave A Ste 101
St. Augustine, FL 32095-5200
Phone: 904-823-2238
Email: voakes@votesjc.com
Fax: 904-823-2249

We recommend requesting your absentee ballot by October 15 to ensure the USPS delivers your ballot in time for your to mail it back. The USPS is not required to expedite election mail.

Voting By Mail

Your marked ballot must be received by the Supervisor of Elections’ office not later than 7:00 pm on the day of the election. Postmarks are not enough. Do not return your ballot to a polling place on Election Day.

When voting, fill out your ballot with blue or black ink. Make sure to sign the envelope your ballot is placed in (not your mailing envelope.)

Wondering if your ballot was received? Track your ballot here.

Vote Remote

You can drop off your absentee ballot at early voting locations. Find your ballot drop box locations here:

Nassau County (October 19-November 1): click here
Duval County (October 19-November 1):  click here
St. Johns County (October 19-30): click here

Vote In-Person

Early Voting

Early voting dates depend on your county. Use the links below to find your early voting locations.

Nassau County (October 19-November 1): click here
Duval County (October 19-November 1):  click here
St. Johns County (October 19-31): click here

If you requested an absentee ballot, you do not need to bring it to your polling location in order to vote.

Vote on Election Day: Tuesday, November 3

Polls are open from 7 AM – 7 PM. Find your polling location here.

If you requested an absentee ballot, you do not need to bring it to your polling location in order to vote. 

If you would like to return your absentee ballot on Election Day, you MUST deliver it to your Supervisor of Elections office. Do not mail your absentee ballot on Election Day—it will not reach the office in time.