Daytona Beach, FL- More than 1.5 million vote-by-mail ballots have been requested in the State of Florida for the November general election. Election supervisors have a window from October 2nd through the 9th to get those ballots in the mail. The last day a voter can request a mail-in ballot is October 31st. Voters can pick up mail-in ballots at their local office up to the day before the election.
For the primaries in Volusia County, more than 81,000 ballots were mailed out. Over 33,000 went to registered Republicans, followed closely by nearly 29,000 registered Democrats and just under 18,000 who are registered as no party affiliation or with other political parties.
Those who vote by mail must sign the certificate envelope before returning the ballot by 7 p.m. on election night (November 6) or it won’t count.