Cure Signature Affidavit
If the signature on your Voter's Certificate does not match the signature on your voter record, complete the Cure Signature Affidavit to ensure your ballot is counted.
Until 5:00 p.m. on the day prior to Election Day, the supervisor shall allow an elector, who has returned a Voter's Certificate signature that does not match the elector's signature on file, to complete and submit an affidavit in order to cure the signature for their vote-by-mail ballot.
Omitted Signature Affidavit
Did you forget to sign your Certificate Envelope before returning your vote-by-mail ballot? Complete the Omitted Signature Affidavit to ensure your ballot is counted.
Per F.S. 101.68(4) Until 5 p.m. on the day before an election, the supervisor shall allow an elector who has returned a vote-by-mail ballot that does not include the elector’s signature to complete and submit an affidavit in order to cure the unsigned vote-by-mail ballot.
Vote-by-Mail Pick-up Affidavit
In order for a designee to pick-up a vote-by-mail ballot on a voter's behalf, you must fill out the Designated Pick-up Affidavit.
A designee may pick up a vote-by-mail ballot beginning up to 5 days prior to Election Day.
*Election Day pick up of vote-by-mail ballots is reserved ONLY for persons with an emergency.
Per F.S. 101.62(4) Any elector may designate in writing a person to pick up the ballot for the elector; however, the person designated may not pick up more than two vote-by-mail ballots per election, other than the designee’s own ballot, except that additional ballots may be picked up for members of the designee’s immediate family. For purposes of this section, “immediate family” means the designee’s spouse or the parent, child, grandparent, or sibling of the designee or of the designee’s spouse.