2022 General Election Information
Published on Fri, 10/21/2022 - 14:33
Will my party affiliation affect my ballot in the General Election?
NO! In the General Election, all registered voters receive the same federal and statewide contests on their ballot, and you may vote for any candidate or question on the ballot. Voters within the same districts will receive the same contests on their ballots as well.
Why don't I see the same candidates I have seen in the past on my ballot?
After the 2020 census, redistricting was required and many voters' districts may have changed. This means that some of your elected representatives may change as well. All voters should have received a new voter information card in the mail that shows their new districts and, if applicable, new assigned polling place.
Voter information cards were mailed in early July - if you did not receive yours, please contact us.
Did Hurricane Ian affect my Election Day polling place?
At this time, only one polling place had a change: Precinct 322. If you are a voter in precinct 322, your previous polling place was Starlight Ranch Clubhouse. Your new polling place for this election is AEM VFW Post 4287, at 3500 S Goldenrod Road, Orlando, FL 32822. If you aren't sure if you're in precinct 322, check your information here.
General Election Dates to Know
|Date(s) and Time(s)
|SOE office open for extended hours
|Deadline for new Florida registrations
|Public test of voting equipment
|Deadline to request a vote-by-mail ballot to be mailed to you
|5 p.m. October 29th
|October 24th - November 6th
8 a.m. - 8 p.m., daily
7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
General Election Quick Links
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Trusted Info 2022
Contact us to get the facts! We are your trusted source for election and voting information. If you receive information that is not official communication from our office, don't assume it's right. When in doubt, check with us! You can find information on this website, or call us at 407-836-VOTE (8386).
Tips from the National Association of State Election Directors
Accessible Vote-by-Mail Ballot Program
If you have a visual impairment or disability, you have the option to mark your vote-by-mail ballot via OmniBallot.
OmniBallot is an accessible "web balloting portal" which allows eligible voters to access, mark, and print their ballots at home, on their home devices and printers. OmniBallot is not an online voting system, and has been reviewed and certified by the Florida Secretary of State, as well as reviewed by numerous federal, state, and independent cybersecurity labs.
For more information on participating in this program, call us at 407-836-2070 or email us here.