To ensure you're well-prepared for the upcoming high-stakes 2024 election, let's get you ready with information. The electoral journey kicks off with the Presidential Preference Primary Election in March 2024.
Early Voting: Any registered and eligible voter has the opportunity to cast their ballot early in this election. Early voting is scheduled from March 9 to March 16, 2024, between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., at four convenient locations within Flagler County.
For Flagler County and Florida registered voters seeking information: The Presidential Preference Primary Election is a distinctive feature of the primary election process, taking place exclusively during Presidential election cycles, which occur every four years. It serves as the initial step in Florida for voters to engage in the selection of the United States President.
Various states conduct their own versions of the Presidential Preference Primary Election, while some opt for caucuses, and a few employ a combination of both methods. These primaries and caucuses transpire in each state across the United States, spanning the period from January to June in a Presidential election year.
These events are known as " indirect elections," signifying that the outcomes in each state play a vital role in determining the number of delegates allocated to each political party's national convention from that state. These delegates, representing each political party, will ultimately decide on their Presidential nominee. The official nomination of the candidates for United States President by each party will be announced at their respective conventions, scheduled for the summer of 2024.
The nominees selected by the political parties will appear on the General Election ballot in every state across the United States. The General Election for the U.S. President is slated for November 5, 2024. In Flagler County, this election will encompass a multitude of other offices, including Federal, state, multi-county, judicial, county, and local positions. It's essential to ensure your voice is heard, as a single vote can wield significant influence. Be prepared for the 2024 election.
You can learn your current status and check the following by reaching out to or visiting the Flagler County Supervisor of Elections Office located at the bottom or selecting helpful online links provided by Flagler County Supervisor of Elections Office.
- Are you currently registered to vote?
- Is your party affiliation correctly recorded according to your choice?
- Had a change of address?
- If you opt for voting by mail, it's important to verify that your mail-in ballot information is current. Voting by mail isn't a forever subscription choice, so don't forget to check your status.
- If you've never voted by mail you can start online here.
Preparing as early as possible can help you avoid critical issues that might impede your vote and as always, if you vote in person BRING A VAILD ID that is accepted at the polls.
- Florida driver’s license
- Florida identification card issued by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles
- United States passport
- Debit or credit card
- Military identification
- Student identification
- Retirement center identification
- Neighborhood association identification
- Public assistance identification
- Concealed weapons permit issued by the State of Florida
- Veteran's Affairs health insurance card
- Employee identification card issued by a government agency
All forms of identification listed above must be current. Expired ID's will not be accepted. Out-of-state driver's licenses will not be accepted.
Without proper identification, a voter must vote a provisional ballot.
Flagler County Supervisor of Elections
Government Services Building