FLORIDA'S ONLY DROPBOX DIRECTORY

CAST YOUR VOTE EARLY & SAFELY

This site is dedicated to educating Florida voters on the benefits of using Mail -in Ballot Dropboxes, in the age of Covid-19. We hope the tools and tips on this website will lead you to  a healthy, safe, secure voting experience and inspire you to share it with others.

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Let your voice be heard. Click on the link below to find your Supervisor of Elections office and your options to receive your ballot.

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Drop the Partisanship the disbelief in science. the distrust. everything and Request a Mail in Ballot. boxes are secure and keep us ALL safe.

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    The Data on Dropboxes:

    UNSTAFFED – 24-HOUR DROP BOX

    These dropboxes, constructed of durable material & permanently cemented into the ground,  can be accessed by voters 24/7.

    STAFFED – INDOOR DROP BOX

    These Dropboxes should be constructed of durable material and include a key or combination lock to prevent tampering.

    OUTDOOR – DRIVE-THROUGH

    This  keeps traffic flowing. Staffers accepts ballots from voters as they pull through, depositing them directly into a ballot box.

    STAFFED – OUTDOOR DROP OFF

    This outdoor Dropbox can be located at an election office or early-voting site. These boxes should be  durable & tamper-resistant.

    Four Things we Can all Agree On:

    Vote Your Values, But Vote Safely

    Keep your distance:

    Stay 6 feet apart from other voters when you’re waiting in line at a Dropbox, or in the voting booth on election day.

    Wear your mask:

    Before entering an early voting or polling  location, properly put on your mask and leave it on the entire time you are there.

    Use off-peak hours:

    If possible, vote off-peak, when fewer voters will be in line. Do not bring anyone of non-voting age with you when you vote.

    Wash your hands:

    When you return home or to your workplace, wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.

    In a letter to Florida’s Secretary of State on July 29th, 2020, Postal Service General Counsel cautioned Florida, that mail-in ballot policies conflict with the Postal service’s delivery schedules. Read an excerpt, below. Read full letter, here.
    “This mismatch creates a risk that ballots requested near the deadline under state law will not be returned by mail in time to be counted under your laws as we understand them”.

     

    As a Florida voter, if you choose to mail-in your ballot, what are the key things you need to do?

    • Register or update voter info by Oct. 5th.
    • If requesting by mail, do so no later then Oct. 8th
    • If returning by mail, do so no later then Oct. 27th
    • Track your ballot, to assure your vote is counted.
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    FOUR STEPS TO A SAFE VOTING EXPERIENCE

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    EARLY VOTING ENDS:

    Don't Just Vote Early. Race There!

    OCTOBER 19th – NOVEMBER 2nd

    With an election like no other, we wanted to offer people a way to vote early, vote safely, vote healthy and
    motivate others to do the same.  Join us for this free virtual event. Click on the image below to learn more.

    Hear from Florida Election Supervisors

    ELECTION SUPERVISORS SUPPORT DROPBOXES:

    "During this global pandemic, when the public is asked to avoid crowds and limit social interactions, voting by mail allows many at-risk citizens to participate in democracy, without compromising their health."
    KATI LENHART - FLAGLER COUNTY SOE
    "I encourage people to use the drop boxes. …With the Pandemic continuing, it's the best alternative to avoid crowds and long lines."
    MARK EARLEY - LEON COUNTY SOE
    "With the number of people in town who have gotten the COVID-19 virus, I am happy and proud of our drop boxes keeping voters safe."
    R. JOYCE GRIFFEN - MONROE COUNTY SOE

    Want to Help the Cause?

    We anticipate that as the window closes on mailing in your ballot, some voters will have trouble getting their ballot to a Dropbox.

    Florida law allows voters to have someone they designate, return their ballot up until the deadline for early-voting.

    If you are a voter who may need your ballot dropped off, or would like to be a designated volunteer (Florida law prohibits profiting from the delivery of a ballot), fill out this form: