Voting is Critical

We Can Only Obtain the Justice We Need With Your Help

Voting is a sacred pillar of our Republic, and an absolute necessity to ensuring we can effect Equality of Justice in Osceola County.

Please consider voting in the General Election this fall.

There are three ways that you can vote:

1. In person on Election Day, 3 November

2. In person during early voting, 19 October through 1 November (*Please note that your polling station for Early Voting may differ from the location used on Election Day)

3. By US Mail, if you request a ballot in advance. You can submit this request online, by phone, fax, or US Mail. We understand the hazards presented by Covid-19, and urge you to consider voting by mail instead of not voting at all. Instructions on requesting a ballot can be found here: https://www.voteosceola.com/en-us/How-to-Vote/Vote-By-Mail/How-to-Vote-by-Mail

You can check your current voter registration status here: https://www.voteosceola.com/en-us/Voter-Information/Check-Your-Voter-Status


If you are not already registered to vote, please note that you must register No Later Than 5 October 2020 in order to vote in the General Election. You can find information on how to register here: https://www.voteosceola.com/en-us/Voter-Information/How-to-Register-to-Vote

To locate your polling station, follow this link:

https://www.voteosceola.com/en-us/Voter-Information/Find-Your-Polling-Location