Frequently Asked Questions

Who can vote in the Primary Election?

  • Florida is a closed primary state. Only voters who are registered members of political parties may vote for respective party candidates for an office in a primary election. However, there are times when all registered voters can vote in a primary election, regardless of which political party they are registered with or even if they are registered without party affiliation:

    • If all the candidates for an office have the same party affiliation and the winner of the primary election will not face any opposition in the general election, then all registered voters can vote for any of the candidates for that office in the primary election.

What Candidates and Races will be on my Primary Ballot?

  • Contact your county Supervisor of Elections office to obtain a sample ballot that lists the candidates and races on which you can vote.

  • For details regarding the proposed constitutional amendment on the Primary Election ballot, please see the Proposed Constitutional Amendment Booklet:

Can I cast another vote-by-mail ballot if I voted for a party candidate who has formally withdrawn?

  • If your Supervisor of Elections has already received your returned vote-by-mail ballot, the ballot is deemed cast and you cannot vote another ballot. Contact your Supervisor of Elections for further information.

How do I know when my county's election results are final?

  • To check the status of your county's election results reports, click on the "County Reporting Status" in the left-side menu.

How can I download all the Election Results?

  • Under the "Downloads" heading in the left-side menu, are a several options for files that can be downloaded.