Vote By Mail
Not sure about voting in-person due to COVID-19? Martin County voters are no longer waiting until Election Day to cast their vote. On an average, 40% of our voters are choosing to Vote by Mail. As voters continue to embrace voting by mail, Election Day turnout at the polling precincts will continue to decline.
Here are some important facts, about voting by mail:
• All vote by mail ballots are counted, regardless if an election has a close race or not
• Vote by mail requests are valid for four years
• Vote by mail ballots cannot be forwarded. To mail a vote by mail ballot to a different address, a note which contains the voters signature and date of birth is required
• You can verify your ballot was received at MartinVotes.com, click on ‘Track Your Ballot’ or call the Elections Center at 772-288-5637
• Florida is a no excuse state. Voters do not need a reason to request a vote by mail ballot
• All vote by mail ballots must be in the Elections Center by 7 p.m. on Election Day
As your Supervisor of Elections, it is my desire to provide the best possible customer service to the voters of Martin County. If there is anything my staff or I can do to assist you, please let us know.
To request a vote by mail ballot for the August 18, 2020 Primary election, call 772-288-5637 or visit MartinVotes.com.