Online Voter Registration
Registering to vote in Florida just got easier.
Florida’s Online Voter Registration website is a convenient and secure way for you to submit your Voter Registration Application from anywhere.
Qualifying for Public Office has Ended
The candidate-qualifying period for state, district, multi-county and local public office has ended. The Lee County Supervisor of Elections Qualifying Department is still in the process of adding or updating candidate information in various state and local databases. In all, the Qualifying Department processed over 175 candidates for the 2018 qualifying period.
Throughout the 2018 election cycle, the Qualifying Department will have interacted with hundreds of potential candidates, qualified candidates, campaign managers, consultants, treasurers, political committees. The Qualifying Department will continue to field campaign and advertising related questions from candidates and the public well after the November 6, 2018 General Election.
The local candidate list that appears on this website will be official on Saturday, June 23, 2018. In addition to the local candidate list, you can view local candidate-qualifying documents and campaign reports.
The state, district and multi-county candidate list that appears on the Florida Division of Elections website will be official on or before Friday, June 29, 2018. Please continue to check the Division’s candidate list for updates.
Poll Worker Recruitment
Are you interested in becoming a Poll Worker? The Lee County Supervisor of Elections Poll Worker Department is currently accepting applications for the upcoming August 28, 2018 Primary Election and November 6, 2018 General Election. Visit the Poll Worker Information section of this website for more information and submit your application today!
Updating Your Signature
Has your signature changed over the years? Now is the time to update the signature on your voter record with the Lee County Supervisor of Elections. It is very important that your voter record contains your current signature. Having your signature up-to-date may seem like a minor thing, but it can be a determining factor in deciding whether or not your vote will be counted when you choose to vote by mail. Florida law requires that the signature on your Vote-by-Mail ballot envelope be compared to the signature on your voter record before the ballot may be counted.
To update your signature, you must complete a Florida Voter Registration Application. You may obtain an application by visiting the Voter Resources section of this website or at any of our offices, your local library or call our office and request an application be mailed to you. Return the completed application by mail or hand deliver to any of our offices.