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OFFICIAL ELECTION UPDATES

MARION COUNTY, FL

As the official and trusted source of voting and election information in Marion County, Florida, this page is intended to keep Marion County citizens informed and provide timely and accurate election updates as it relates to COVID-19. Please continue to monitor this page and connect with us on social media to stay updated.

 

Reopening to the Public

The Marion County Supervisor of Elections Office located at 981 NE 16th Street, Ocala will reopen to the public beginning, May 4. You may still continue to use our website, email Elections@VoteMarion.Gov, or call 352-620-3290 during M-F, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

Consider Voting by Mail

Vote-by-mail is an easy, convenient and secure method of voting! Requests must be made no later than 5 p.m. on the 10th day before the election and can be made for a single election or all elections through 2022. Easily request your mail ballot at www.VoteMarion.Gov/mbrs. You may also email VoteByMail@VoteMarion.Gov or call 352-620-3290.

Vote-by-Mail FAQ

 

Updates:

May 13 - Florida Supervisors of Elections follow up letter on COVID-19 requests to Governor

April 7 - Florida Supervisors of Elections COVID-19 letter to Governor

April 7 Letter to Voters for the May 19 Ocala Special Election Run-off

April 2 - Florida Department of State Emergency Rule 1SER20-1 and Emergency Rule 1SER20-2 regarding candidate qualifying and petition collection

March 31 - Letter to Governor requesting vote-by-mail ballots to all registered voters in the City of Ocala

March 27 - Florida Department of State Emergency Order 2020-01 regarding public audit submission for political party's executive committees

March 23 - Office Temporarily Closed to the Public

March 16 - Temporary Polling Place Changes for March 17 Election

March 13Statement From Arizona, Florida, Illinois and Ohio Chief Elections Officials

 

Resources:

ADA Site Compliance-Accessibility Policy
Under Florida law, F.S. 668.6076, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.