Early voting for the primary begins today, August 3, and ends August 16. In-person voting is scheduled for August 18. The general election is set for November 3.
Depending upon party affiliation, primary races include county judges, state representatives, Congressional representatives, clerk of the court, and state committee members.
All registered voters — Democrats, Republicans, and Nonpartisan— may vote, though ballots differ for each party. Voter information may be found at https://www.duvalelections.com. Find your voter status, precinct, polling place, instructions for requesting a mail-in ballot, sample ballots, and deadlines.
Sample primary ballots may be found via the following links:
Mail-in ballots: important deadlines
Commonly understood as absentee ballots, mail-in ballots may be requested on the Duval County supervisor of elections website. Click on the “Vote By Mail” box to request the ballot. You MUST request a mail-in ballot no later than August 8 for the primary election. You MUST request a mail-in ballot for the November 3 general election no later than October 24.
Mail-in ballot requests:
August 8: deadline to request mail-in ballot for the primary election
October 24: deadline to request mail-in ballot for the November 3 general election
Primary election dates:
August 3-16: Early voting dates
August 18: In-person voting
General election: sometimes referred to as the presidential election
October 19-November 1: Early voting dates
Tuesday, November 3: In-person voting