Obtaining Absentee Information

During an active election cycle, our office distrubites files containing information about absentee voters and early voters. These files are produced in accordance with the Florida Election Law and the rules adopted by the Florida Division of Elections.

Early Voting information is available to the public.

Vote by Mail voter information is available to the public as defined in Florida Election Law (section 101.62 (3)).

According to the Division of Elections' rules, the Vote by Mail Status files are sent to the Division each day beginning 35 days before a State-wide primary election and 45 days before a State-wide general election. In both cases, these files will be updated daily until 10 days after the election.

Early voting information is available once early voting has begun for an election and continues until the early voting period ends. Please refer to the State's Public File Access page to access these files.

If you are authorized and have received (or wish to receive) a State of Florida Division of elections login, please use the State's Public File Access page to retrieve your files.

 

If you have any questions regarding these files, please contact the Supervisor of Elections office.


 Supervisor of Elections, Franklin County
OFFICE: 47 Ave F, Apalachicola, FL 32320 • PHONE: (850) 653-9520 • FAX: (850) 653-9092
HOURS: M-F 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. • EMAIL: pinki@votefranklin.com