Option #1 - Mail your ballot back early (you can track it online).
Option #2 - Deposit in the secure lockbox at the Supervisor of Elections, 600 301 Blvd. W.
Option #3 - Deposit in secure lockbox outside any Early Voting Center during Early Voting days/times.
Option #4 - Change your mind and vote in person on Election Day (Take your mailed ballot with you, but you must vote in-person in the voting booth)
The Manatee Democratic Black Caucus will mail you a Vote By Mail request form. We will send you a stamped return envelope, too. Tell us where to send it:
Call the Manatee County Supervisor of Elections at 941-741-3823. Or SIGN UP ONLINE:
You can check online to track your mailed ballot. When it arrives at the Supervisor of Elections it is recorded. On Election Day when the polls close, mailed and early ballots are the first results to be displayed. Click here to track your ballot:
In the rare occasion where you may forget to sign the Vote By Mail ballot outside envelope or your signature has changed and is completely different than the one on file - no worries. The Supervisor of Elections will contact you and give you a chance to correct it. Click here to see the form:
Vote By Mail protects your right to vote no matter what comes up that might make it hard for you to get to the polls. It's voting insurance. The ballot is mailed to you about four weeks before the November 3 General Election.
If you move or plan to be away when ballots are mailed, phone your new mailing address to the Supervisor of Elections: 941-741-3823. They will mail your ballot to your new address, even out of state or out of country.