Florida Senate Bill 90 Fact Sheet
This fact sheet details changes in recently enacted legislation as it pertains to voters. The new law addresses voter registration, Vote-by-Mail ballots, and the use of Vote-by-Mail ballot drop boxes.
Florida Senate Bill 90 Fact Sheet (English PDF)
Proyecto de ley 90 del Senado de Florida (Spanish PDF)
Lee County Elections Quarterly Newsletter
Our employees are frequently asked, "What do you do when there isn't an election?" Well, read our Summer Newsletter! It explains some of the things that happen in the Lee County Elections office in non-election years.
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Important Notice to Candidates Concerning Party Affiliation
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Online Service Tools
You have the option of utilizing our online service tools, offered through this site, which does not require you to appear in person at our office to conduct business. On this site, you can register to vote, update your voter registration record, make or update a Vote-by-Mail ballot request, or contact us.
Please call the office at (239) LEE-VOTE (533-8683) if there is information you need that is not available on this site or if you need help using one of our online service tools.
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.
For more information on updating your signature or voter registration information, visit the Voter Resources section of this site and go to Update my Voter Registration Information.
Florida is a Closed Primary State
When registering to vote or changing your party affiliation, it is important to know that Florida is a closed primary state. This means that, in a Primary Election, voters not registered with a major political party may not have any candidates to vote for, and may only be able to vote on non-partisan candidates or issues that may appear on their ballot.
Voters wishing to register to vote or change their party affiliation for a Primary Election must do so 29 days before that election.
For more information on making a change to your political party affiliation for future elections, click here.