Vote-by-Mail in Lee County is safe and easy!
Enrolling for Vote-by-Mail gives you the most flexibility in planning to ensure your vote is cast and counted.
Vote-by-Mail gives you the flexibility to mail your ballot, drop your ballot off at secure drop boxes starting September 29 or on Election Day, or to surrender your ballot and vote in person during Early Voting or on Election Day.
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Health and accessibility challenges…
Complete your ballot from the safety of your home, instead of at a crowded polling place.
Trump and the Republicans who support him are threatening your right to vote. “Don’t let them take away your power, your Democracy!” –-Kamala Harris, Vice Presidential nominee.
OR visit the Lee County Supervisor of Elections website.
Quick Facts about Vote-by-Mail in Lee County
- You can still vote in person even if you receive a Vote-by-Mail ballot.
- You will receive your Vote-by-Mail ballot at least 4 weeks before the election.
- You can mail or drop off your ballot starting September 29. Click here for a map of locations.
- You can drop your completed ballot off at Supervisor of Elections main office up until 7:00pm on Election Day.
- If your signature has changed over time or because of health issues, you can update it here.
- You can request a Vote-by-Mail ballot for a family member, but they must sign the outer envelope themselves.
- Vote by Mail is safe: in the March 2020 Presidential Primary, only 0.7% of Vote by Mail ballots were rejected in Lee County (221 out of 30,347 ballots submitted) – most of these rejections happened because the envelope was unsigned or the signature didn’t match; check that your ballot was tabulated (i.e. counted).