What Does the Supervisor of Elections Do?

The Supervisor of Elections is the official designated by Florida law and the county charter to administer elections and voter registration for Brevard County. The primary duties of the Supervisor and his staff are to:

  • Conduct all public elections in Brevard County
  • Register voters and issue voter information cards
  • Remove voters from the registered voter rolls who no longer live in Florida, are deceased, or for any other reason are no longer eligible to vote in Florida
  • Change information on registered voter rolls when a change request is received (e.g., name, address, party affiliation)
  • Send advance notice of election to voters who are overseas, in the military, or who request notification
  • Accept mail ballot requests and send, receive and verify mail ballots
  • Qualify candidates for county offices
  • Receive candidate campaign finance reports for county offices and make them available to the public
  • Receive financial disclosure reports from elected county officials and make them available to the public
  • Maintain election equipment
  • Hire and train poll workers
  • Acquire and equip polling places
  • Maintain statistics on election results, voting history and voter registration
  • Verify petition signatures for initiative petitions and candidate qualifying petitions
  • Maintain precinct information, including a listing of streets and parts of streets that are in each precinct

In addition, the Supervisor and members of his staff are available to speak to schools and civic groups about elections, voter registration, and voting. If you are interested in scheduling a speaker, visit our Schedule an Event page to get in touch with our Outreach department.

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