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Voters should be aware of these important dates and deadlines:

  • Deadline to register to vote or change party: July 20, 2020
  • Deadline to request Vote By Mail ballots: August 8, 2020
  • Early Voting: August 6 – 15,  8 a.m. – 6 p.m., including Sunday August 9th, in 5 locations

Vote By Mail:

Ballots that have been requested will be mailed to overseas and absent military voters beginning June 30 and to domestic voters beginning July 10. All voted ballots must be in one of the four elections offices (not postmarked) no later than 7 p.m. August 18.

They can also drop their ballot off at any Early Voting site during Early Voting or at one of the four elections offices. Voters should allow at least a week for the ballot to arrive by mail.Voters can track their ballot online at:

Election Day: August 18, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Voters must vote in their assigned polling place on Election Day.

Health and Safety Concerns at the Polls

“If you have health concerns due to COVID-19, Vote-by-Mail is your best option. I strongly recommend that voters protect themselves and others by following the CDC COVID-19 guidelines for the upcoming elections.”Supervisor Walker stated.

“At the polls, wear a face mask, stay 6 feet apart in line, and wash your hands frequently. Please be patient at the polls, as social distancing may cause longer lines. In addition, voters may wear gloves or bring their own black ballpoint pen (markers are not allowed) as additional safety precautions.

“Don’t wait until the last minute, if you’re not already registered to vote, register now. If you haven’t requested a Vote By Mail ballot, do it now. If you prefer to vote in person, plan to go during Early Voting.To vote by mail, change your address, or questions regarding voting, please call (772) 462-1500 or visit”


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Online Voter Registration is now available. Register to vote or update your current registration at

If you do not currently have a valid Florida ID, you can register to vote using the statewide voter registration application form that is available for download (English PDFEspañol PDF)

Online Voter Registration FAQ
Votantes en linea Registro FAQ
Condado de St. Lucie Guía del Votante

ASISTENCIA EN ESPANOL: 772-448-5169   (844)575-2763


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