Absentee Request

The form below is only for voters who are currently registered to vote in Seminole County.

Absentee Ballot Request Form

Please fill out the form completely to notify our office of an absentee ballot request. Use the Tab key, not the Enter key, to move from field to field. When you have completed the form, press the "Submit" button below. If you have any questions about this form or about changing your address, please e-mail us at elections@voteseminole.org.  You may aso visit our absentee ballot FAQ page here for more information about the process, including a new method of ensuring your absentee ballot is counted -- even if you forgot to sign the envelope.

ONLY THE VOTER OR A MEMBER OF THE IMMEDIATE FAMILY OR THE LEGAL GUARDIAN OF THE VOTER CAN REQUEST AN ABSENTEE BALLOT.

If the address you need the ballot mailed to is different from your residence or permanent mailing address, then your request must be submitted in writing and signed by the voter.  Click here for a printable form.

NOTE: The last day to request that an absentee ballot be mailed to you is 6 days prior to an election. After that time, ballots may be picked up at the Supervisor of Elections Office during regularly scheduled business hours.

Voter Information














Permanent Seminole County Residence Address (Required)

Residence and/or mailing address listed below is a new address, please update. (Only the voter can make this change.)










Permanent Mailing Address

(If different than residence address.)









Mailing Country



Residence and/or mailing address listed above is a new address, please update. (Only the voter can make this change.)


If the address you need the ballot mailed to is different from your residence or permanent mailing address, then your request must be submitted in writing and signed by the voter.

Click here for a printable form.

Absentee Status




Please indicate for which elections you would like to receive an absentee ballot.

Ballots for All Elections

All elections through the next two regularly scheduled general elections.



Ballot for Next Election Only


Requester Identification

REQUEST BY AN IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBER OR LEGAL GUARDIAN

In addition to the information provided above, Florida law requires all of the following information to be provided if an immediate family member or legal guardian has been directed by the voter to request an absentee ballot.


Authorized Absentee Ballot Requester Affirmation

Read the statement below and check the box to affirm the statement is true before selecting "submit" below.

I affirm that I am the voter listed above requesting the absentee ballot, or have been instructed by said voter to request her/his absentee ballot, and have provided all of the required information, and the information I have supplied above is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge.

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