2019 Election Cycle Change
After careful consideration, the Lee County Supervisor of Elections made the decision to offer all municipalities in the county, the option to move their regular elections to occur in conjunction with federal, state and county elections in the even-numbered years. We believe this change will be effective in increasing voter participation during municipal elections and will provide significant cost savings to the cities in Lee County.
On Monday, January 14, 2019, the City of Cape Coral, at its regular council meeting, voted to move its Primary and General Elections to coincide with federal, state and county elections in even-numbered years beginning in 2020. This means the City of Cape Coral will not hold their regular elections this fall.
Book Closing Deadline
Monday, February 4 is the deadline to register to vote to be eligible for the following elections on Tuesday, March 5, 2019:
- City of Sanibel Regular Election
- Town of Fort Myers Beach Regular Election
- Village of Estero Regular Election
- Captiva Erosion Prevention District Bond Referendum Special Election.
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. (You MUST have a Florida Driver's License or Florida ID card to use OVR.)
Polling Location Change
Precinct 125 has moved to Legacy Church in Estero. Please visit the Recent Mailings section of this website for the full address.
2019 FSASE Scholarship
The Lee County Supervisor of Elections Office is now accepting applications for the 2019 Florida State Supervisor of Elections' (FSASE) 2019 Scholarship. For more information, visit the FSASE Scholarship section of this website.
Finalist for the News-Press's 2018 Public Official of the Year
The Honorable Tommy Doyle, Supervisor of Elections, is one of three finalists named for the News-Press's 2018 Public Official of the Year. Also nominated were Cape Coral City Manager John Szerlag, and Lee County Public Schools Superintendent Greg Adkins and School Board.