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Welcome

Okaloosa County residents: Are you ready to vote? The 2018 Okaloosa County E-Voter is your one-stop-shopping place to learn about candidates, amendments and the county referendum so you can cast an informed ballot. Please invest in the future of your county, state and nation by making smart decisions when you vote.

All registered voters need to get to the polls or vote-by-mail, as there are multiple federal- and state-level races, and multiple proposed constitutional amendments in addition to the county referendum. Use the links at the top of this page to navigate quickly to the appropriate federal/state/county pages and amendments.

Be informed. Be prepared. Be a voter!

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RegistrationRegister to Vote

Registration books are closed for the General Election.

Voters may check their registration status and print out a personalized sample ballot by using the Okaloosa County voter look-up tool. Or you can use this sample ballot (Spanish sample ballot). Your personalized ballot will include each race in which you are eligible to vote, so be sure to print one out in advance, do your homework and fill in the sample ballot with your choices. Take it with you to into the polling place to speed up the process when you vote.

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Early Voting early voting

Early voting will be available in Okaloosa County between 10:00 am–6:00 pm daily, from Monday, 22 October – Saturday, 3 November at the following locations:

County Administration Building
1250 Eglin Pkwy
Shalimar FL 32579
Destin Community Center
101 Stahlman Dr
Destin FL 325
Crestview SoE Office
302 Wilson St N
Crestview FL 325
Niceville City Hall
208 Partin Dr N
Niceville FL 32578
Crestview Library
1446 Commerce Dr
Crestview FL 325
 

 

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Vote by Mail Vote by Mail

Any registered voter may request a ballot to be mailed to them, with no reason needed. Voting by mail is easy and convenient, and allows you to vote if you can’t physically get to the polls during early voting or on Election Day. A member of the voter’s immediate family or legal guardian may also request a ballot for the voter, if directly instructed to do so by the voter.

The easiest way to get your Vote-by-Mail ballot is by completing the Online Mail Ballot Request Form, or by calling the Okaloosa County SoE at 850-689-5600. You can also send an email request.

Follow the instructions to complete and return your Vote-by-Mail ballot, then click here to track its status. If you forgot to sign your Vote-by-Mail ballot, you can still recover. Get more info on how to correct your Vote-by-Mail ballot. 

Vote-by-Mail ballots must be returned to the elections office by 7:00 pm on Election Day, so be sure your vote counts by mailing it early or returning it in person.

Note: Your voted absentee ballot must be turned in at one of the two SoE offices (in Shalimar and Crestview). You may not turn it in at your precinct on Election Day.

Members of the United States Uniformed Services on active duty and the Merchant Marines, their spouses and dependents, and United States citizens residing outside of the United States have additional options and allowances when it comes to voting by mail, including getting the ballot sooner and by electronic means. For more details, go here.

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Voting Information Voting Information

Questions? Rather than duplicate effort and risk printing out-of-date information, please review the comprehensive Voter Information page prepared by the Okaloosa County SoE. He has you covered!

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