Request your Vote by Mail ballot here for November 6 General Election

(L-R) Kherri Anderson, Deputy of Elections Outreach; and, Vicki Davis, Martin County Supervisor of Elections

Martin County Supervisor of Elections Vicki Davis reminds residents that a Vote by Mail ballot counts the same as one cast at your precinct – as long as it arrives at the Elections office by 7 p.m. Election Day. You no longer need to cite a reason to receive one.

If you vote in person, have a signed photo ID on hand – driver’s license, passport, military ID, student ID, retirement center ID, Florida ID card (you can bring a debit or credit card if it has your photo).

Davis continues: Any registered voter in Martin County may Vote by Mail (NO REASON REQUIRED).

Only the elector, or if directly instructed by the elector, a member of his or her immediate family or legal guardian can request a Vote by Mail ballot for the voter.  Immediate family means the elector’s spouse or the parent, child, grandparent, or sibling of the elector.

A request from an elector must include:

1.                     Full name;

2.                     The elector’s Martin County address;

3.                     The elector’s date of birth;

4.                     The full address and telephone number where the ballot is to be sent;

5.                     Election(s) requested;

6.                     Signature (written request only)

In addition, if the elector has designated an immediate family member or legal guardian to request a Vote by Mail ballot, the designee must provide the following information:

1.                   The designee’s full name

2.                   The designee’s full address

3.                   The designee’s driver’s license number, if available

4.                   The designee’s relationship to the elector

5.                   The designee’s signature (written request only)

Click on this link to request a Vote by Mail ballot online:  or call the Elections Office at 288-5637 for more information.

Returning a Vote by Mail ballot

Vote by Mail ballots must be returned to the Martin County Elections Center, either in person or by mail no later than 7 p.m. on election day.

A Vote by Mail ballot cannot be voted and returned at a polling place.




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