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Mail Ballot Drop Boxes are available at all four elections administrative offices. 
Click HERE for more information.



The deadline to request a mail ballot to be mailed was 5:00 p.m. on October 24, 2020.



Per Florida law, the deadline has passed to request a mail ballot to be mailed for the General Election.


If you are unable to pick up a ballot, you may designate another person to pick it up for you. This designation must be in writing and must be signed. (You may use the Affidavit to Pick-Up Vote-by-Mail Ballot DS-DE 37 (English | Spanish) for this purpose.) The designee must show photo identification before they may pick up the ballot. No one may pick up more than two ballots for other voters, except for members of his or her immediate family.

You may still pick up a mail ballot at any one of my offices. On Election Day, you will need to provide an Election Day Mail Ballot Delivery Affidavit. This form is available in both English and Spanish.


Need to cure the signature on your Mail Ballot?

Mail Ballot Cure Affidavit Instructions

The deadline to submit a Cure Affidavit for the November 3rd General Election is Thursday, November 5th by 5:00 p.m.


2020 General Election
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Judge Jamie Grosshans in the Fifth District Court of Appeal has withdrawn due to appointment
to the Florida Supreme Court. 
Therefore, a vote cast in this retention race will not count.

A candidate for the office of Cape Canaveral City Council has withdrawn, resulting in an unopposed race. A vote cast in this race will not change the outcome as the remaining candidates are deemed by law to be elected.

A candidate in the race for the office of Barefoot Bay Trustee has passed away such that:
A vote cast for Hurrol Bernard Brinker will count.
A vote cast for JoAnne S. Diana will not count.
A vote cast for Edward Lewis Geier will count.
A vote cast for Luann E. Henderson will count.
A vote cast for Randy Loveland will count.
A vote cast for Michael R. Morrissey will count.
A vote cast for James A. Nugent will count.


Online Voter Registration!
You can register to vote or update your registration anytime from anywhere.
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Important Notice to Voters:

Supervisor of Elections Wants to Alert Brevard Voters of Voter Participation Center/Center for Voter Information Mailings

Supervisor of Elections Lori Scott wants voters to be aware of another mail campaign initiated by the Voter Participation Center (VPC).

The address lists for these mailings are frequently created from outdated and often incorrect data with previous mailings resulting in voter registration applications being sent to deceased persons, minor children, and even pets. Mailings have also been sent to voters already registered, which creates unnecessary confusion and concern.

“These unsolicited mailings can prove to be misleading, so it is important for voters to understand if they receive one it does not mean the status of their voter registration has changed,” stated Supervisor Scott. “Voters are encouraged to keep their registration up-to-date and to verify their information before each election cycle.”

The VPC is a registered third-party organization with the State of Florida. These organizations are not affiliated in any way with the Brevard County Supervisor of Elections office. Voters with questions or concerns regarding these mailings are encouraged to reach out directly to VPC at 877-255-6750 or by visiting voterparticipation.org.

Voter registration status can be verified online or by calling my office at 321-290-VOTE (8683).


Comments From Voters




Persons needing language assistance under section (4)(e) of the Voting Rights Act, defined as persons educated in an American flag school in which the predominant classroom language was other than English, please contact the office at (321) 290-VOTE (8683), visit www.VoteBrevard.gov or ask for language assistance at your local polling place. Any voter that requires assistance to vote may bring a helper to assist them.


Las personas que necesitan ayuda linguística de acuerdo con la sección (4)(e) de la Ley de Derecho al Voto, que se definen como personas educadas en una escuela estadounidense en la que el idioma predominante en el salón de clases no era el inglés, deben ponerse en contacto con la oficina al (833) 803-0613, visitar www.VoteBrevard.gov o solicitar ayuda linguística en su centro de votación local. Cualquier votante que necesite asistencia para votar puede traer una persona para ayudarlo.


Brevard County
2020 Primary Election