Registered Voters: 285,939    REP: 108,461     DEM: 96,054     NPA: 79,932     Other: 1,492


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  • see your Seminole County file
  • view your own sample ballot
  • discover your next election
  • find your elected officials
  • locate your polling place
  • track your mail ballot
Mail ballot cure affidavit

Did you forget to sign the envelope, or has your signature changed?

If our office sent you a letter stating a ballot cast on your behalf was either missing the signature on the outside envelope or if we found the signature couldn't be verified to be the same as we have on file, then click HERE to complete an affidavit which will allow your ballot to be counted.

#VoteSeminole image of womanm sitting at her kitchen table voting by mail on the home page of, the official website of the Seminole County Supervisor of Elections Office.  For information, call 407.585.8683
While lines in Seminole County's  polling places are historically the shortest in the region, many voters would rather avoid lines altogether by voting from home. 
Any registered voter may request a mail ballot.  To make your request now, call 407.585.VOTE, use our bilingual printable request HERE, or click the link below. (your browser must accept popups)
Mail Ballot Request
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