Emergency and Disaster - Election Resources
Webpage last updated: August 2, 2023
The Florida Department of State’s top priority is ensuring that there are ample opportunities for Floridians impacted by Hurricane Ian to be able to cast ballots safely and securely in the General Election on November 8, 2022. Please check this page often for any updates.
The Division of Elections has information on its website including, but not limited to, the following areas of interest so that voters know they have options to cast ballots safely and securely even in the event of an emergency or disaster:
- Voting by Mail
- For the latest postal service details about disruption to residential service in your area, click here.
- Visit USPS.com to find out about how to hold mail, schedule a pickup, change your address for mail purposes, or sign up for informed delivery.
- Contact your county Supervisor of Elections if you are unable to receive your vote-by-mail ballot at your address on record.
- Military and Overseas Voting
- Early Voting and Secure Ballot Intake Stations - Check for locations, dates and times.
- Election Day Voting / Voter Precinct Lookup - Check for assigned precincts and polling locations.
- Vote-by-Mail Ballot Information and Status Lookup - Check status of request and/or return of vote-by-mail ballot.
- Voter Information Lookup – Check for registration status.
For information on prior emergencies and disasters during a regularly scheduled election, please visit our Emergency and Disaster – Election Resources Archive.