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Candidate Resources

Forms and References

For a list of reporting dates, visit our Election Candidates page.

Ballot Certification for the Primary Election (Orange County, FL)

County Candidate Forms (Division of Elections Website)

Florida Constitution (Online Sunshine)

Municipal Sign Ordinances (PDF)

Southwest Library Code Compliance Enforcement (PDF)

Florida Department of Transportation Notice Regarding Signs and Right of Way (PDF)

FDOT and Florida Highway Patrol Rights of Way brochure (PDF)

Florida Department of Transportation Office of Right of Way (FDOT Website)

Poll Watchers

Designation of Poll Watchers (PDF)

Early Voting

The deadline to submit the above designation form for Early Voting poll watchers has passed.

For updates on the status of your forms, contact:

Lymari Perez
Lymari.Perez@ocfelections.gov
(407) 836-2070 ext. 46542

Election Day

The deadline to submit the above designation form for Election Day poll watchers is noon, Tuesday, October 25.

Submit your designation forms or questions to:

Gretchen Pieknik
Gretchen.Pieknik@ocfelections.gov
(407) 836-2070 ext. 46511

Orange County Electronic Reporting Login

File all required campaign treasurer reports.

Breakdown by Office of Qualifying Fees

Campaign Year 2022, Orange County

View Qualifying Fees

Office Sought Salary Total Fee 3% FF 1% EA 2% PA
County Judge $156,377.00 $6,255.08 $4691.31 $1,563.77 N/A
County Mayor $169,415.50 $6,776.63 $5,082.47 $1,694.16 N/A
County Commissioner $84,456.26 $3,378.25 $2,533.69 $844.56 N/A
School Board Chair & School Board Members $46,773.00 $1,870.92 $1,403.19 $467.73 N/A
Soil & Water Conservation District Supervisor $0.00 $25.00 N/A N/A N/A
ALL Community Development & Improvement Districts  $0.00 $25.00 N/A N/A N/A

All fees are based on the annual salary of office sought as of July 1, 2021.

EA = Election Assessment
FF = Filing Fee
PA = Party Assessment

Primary Election - August 23, 2022 Timeline

Early Voting Days - August 8th through August 21st  Hours: 9am to 7pm

July 6 Military and Overseas ballots are mailed
July 20  Local ballots are mailed
August 13 5 p.m. deadline to request a ballot to be mailed
August 14 1st day to provide vote-by-mail ballots to designee
August 15 Last date to mail ballots to voters
August 23 7 p.m. deadline to return vote-by-mail ballots to the Election office
August 25 5 p.m. deadline to cure a vote-by-mail ballot with signature issues

Data Access

Online voter lists are posted for 14 days. Access your account and view voter files.

Vote-by-mail reports are available only to candidates and committees. Access your account and view vote-by-mail reports.

Vote-by-Mail Report

Qualified Candidates Only, F.S. 101.32(3)

Reports are scheduled to begin no later than 60 days before a primary election.

Municipal election reports are scheduled to begin no later than 45 days before the election.

Note that the vote-by-mail file is a countywide (TXT) file and is published daily. The file is posted in date sequential order, from oldest to most recent.

After downloading the TXT file, you can then open and view the report in Microsoft Excel, Access, or comparable software.

Information in the vote-by-mail file includes the voter FVRS number, ballot delivery date, military/civilian overseas status, precinct/precinct split information, voter party affiliation, voter name, voter mailing address, etc.

Download the Precinct District Assignments (Excel) for referencing information regarding precincts and precinct splits.

Please refer to the following vote-by-mail report request status codes (Column H):

  • C: Cancelled by the voter
  • E: Voter error
  • L: Returned untimely
  • N: Unsigned
  • P: Provided
  • R: Requested (this election)
  • S: Standing (all elections)
  • U: Returned undeliverable
  • V: Returned and voted timely
  • X: Mismatched signature

Vote-by-Mail Returned Missing Signature or Signature No Match

Under status codes 'E' , 'N' and 'X,' this report includes individuals who have returned their vote-by-mail ballot to our office without a signature on the Voter's Certificate, or a signature on the Voter's Certificate that did not match the voter signature on file. For more information about the affidavit to correct a missing or non-matching signature, visit our Vote-By-Mail page. Our office will reach out to voters with a missing or non-matching signature to inform them about curing their vote-by-mail ballot.

Municipal Code Key with Municipal Numbers (Column W):

  • CW1: Countywide
  • CTY, 1: City of Orlando
  • CTY, 2: City of Winter Park
  • CTY, 3: City of Winter Garden
  • CTY, 4: City of Apopka
  • CTY, 5: City of Maitland
  • CTY, 6: City of Ocoee
  • CTY, 7: Town of Windermere
  • CTY, 8: City of Oakland
  • CTY, 9: Town of Eatonville
  • CTY, 10: City of Bay Lake
  • CTY, 11: City of Lake Buena Vista
  • CTY, 12: City of Belle Isle
  • CTY, 13: City of Edgewood

Download the Municipal Code Key (PDF)

Please let us know if you encounter any difficulties in accessing the vote-by-mail report file.