Duval Democrats, its time to Vote!

With an important election this year (November 3rd), it's important you vote. Whether you are voting by mail, early voting, or waiting until election day, this is your chance to make a difference.

On the ballot this November:

  • President & Vice President of the United States
  • U.S. House of Representatives: Districts 4, 5
  • Duval Clerk of Courts
  • State House: Districts 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
  • City Council (Unitary): District 4

Positions on 2020 Constitutional Amendments:

  • The Florida Democratic Party urges the voters of Florida to gradually raise Florida’s minimum wage to $15 by 2026 and VOTE FOR AMENDMENT 2;
  • The Florida Democratic Party has by a previous resolution indicated its opposition to Amendment 3 – All Voters Vote in a Primary Elections for State Legislatures, Governor and Cabinet;
  • The Florida Democratic Party urges the voters of Florida to protect the power it has to overrule career politicians and big-money special interests and to VOTE AGAINST AMENDMENT 4 (Voter Approval of Constitutional Amendments);
  • The Duval County Democratic Party urges voters to VOTE FOR the 1/2 sales tax referendum to help support school construction;
  • The Duval County Democratic Party urges voters to VOTE FOR the JEA referendum to ensure the independence of the JEA board of directors and give the city council the ability to appoint half the board members.

1. Track your Ballot & Find your Early Vote Location

Visit the link below to track the status of your ballot once mailed.

Click Here to Track the Status of your Vote-by-Mail ballot

Early Voting starts Monday, August 3rd thru Sunday, August 16th. 

Location Hours: M-F 10:00am - 6:00pm | Sat-Sun 10:00am - 6:00pm

If you want to find your nearest early vote location, click here for a link to the Supervisor of Elections’ website. 

2. How to Register to Vote

Registering to vote is easy.

You are eligible to register if you are a citizen over 18 and a legal resident of Florida. You can pre-register after your 16th birthday—and receive your voter registration card in the mail as your “birthday present” when you turn 18.

Click here for detailed instructions.

You can now register online at

3. How to Vote by Mail

As the Coronavirus continues to spread, we see how important it is to have a voting back-up plan. With two important elections this year (August 18th and November 3rd), it's comforting to receive your ballot at home, even if you still want to early vote or vote on election day.

Sign up right now by clicking on the link below - it'll take you directly to the Duval Supervisor of Elections page. Signing up takes less than five minutes!

Or you can call the Supervisor of Elections’ office: 904-630-1414 and handle the request over the phone.