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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Supervisor of Elections doing to protect the public on Election Day?


The Supervisor of Elections is taking steps to protect voters, poll workers, and staff during the upcoming elections.

Facilities Maintenance

  • Election staff will conduct regular maintenance of all election equipment using sanitizing wipes.
  • All polling locations have hand sanitizer available for use by election staff and voters.
  • Supervisor of Elections offices increased janitorial staff and hours, added hand sanitizer stations, and provided staff with additional resources to sanitize their personal workstations.


Additionally, voters and poll workers are encouraged to bring personal wipes, hand sanitizer, and pens to their polling location, and to wear masks and keep a distance of six feet or greater from other people.

Can I request a mail ballot if I do not want to vote in person?


Yes. The deadline for voters to request the Supervisor of Elections office mail a ballot to their home is 10 days prior to election day. However, voters may pick up a mail ballot in person through the day before an election at any Supervisor of Elections office. Voters can vote on site when they pick up their ballots, or they can drop off their ballots at any Supervisor of Elections' office through Election Day. Voters can drop off their ballots at any of the three Supervisor of Elections offices. All ballots must be received by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day. A voter may designate in writing a person to pick up his/her ballot on election day or up to 9 days before an election.

***Pursuant to Florida law, mail ballots cannot be issued on Election Day, except in case of an emergency. In this event, a voter must come to an elections office and complete an affidavit attesting he/she is unable to vote at his/her polling place. A voter can vote and cast his/her ballot at the elections office. All ballot must be received by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.***

I am a Pinellas County resident who was displaced by COVID-19. Can I request a mail ballot?


Yes. Visit VotePinellas.com to request a mail ballot. Add the temporary mailing address to your voter file and indicate how long you will be at that residence. We will send a mail ballot to your temporary address for the duration of your stay.

Can someone pick up a mail ballot for me?


Yes. You may designate in writing a person to pick up a mail ballot for you up to nine days before an election. Your designee will need a photo ID and a signed note from you, as well as a completed affidavit in order to pick up the ballot. 

NOTE:  Any person who provides or offers to provide, and any person who accepts, a pecuniary or other benefit in exchange for distributing, ordering, requesting, collecting, delivering, or otherwise physically possessing more than two mail ballots per election in addition to his or her own ballot or a ballot belonging to an immediate family member, except as provided in F.S. 101.6105-101.694, commits a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable as provided in F.S. 775.082, 775.083 or 775.084.

Has my polling location changed?


Some polling places have changed. Voters can find the most up-to-date information about polling place locations by following this link.

The Centers for Disease Control recommends minimizing close contact with people, especially in a crowded setting. What is the Supervisor of Elections doing to control the crowds at polling locations?


The best way to minimize Election Day crowds is for voters to be Election Ready.

  • Use the Find Your Precinct feature on our website to find your polling place, or call (727) 464-VOTE (8683).
  • Make any address changes prior to Election Day online at VotePinellas.com, by telephone (727) 464-VOTE (8683), or via email [email protected] (include birth date).
  • Voters should bring photo and signature identification to the polls to avoid delays. Anyone without valid and current ID may vote a provisional ballot. The canvassing board will determine the validity of any provisional ballots, and valid ballots will be included in the Official Election Results.


If you do encounter crowds on Election Day, the Centers for Disease Control recommends wearing a mask and keeping a distance of six feet or greater from other people. 

What if I have an expired state ID ?


Voters should bring other photo and signature identification to the polls. To learn more about acceptable forms of ID’s visit this link.

Can I wear protective clothing to my polling location?


Yes. Voters who wish to wear protective clothing, such as masks or gloves, to their polling location may do so.

Am I required to wear a mask?


Please see the Pinellas County Safety Rules here.

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Julie Marcus ● Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. | Email: [email protected] | Mail Ballots: [email protected] | Public Records Request: Submit Form

P:(727) 464-VOTE (8683) ● F:(727) 464-6239

Election Service Center

13001 Starkey Rd.
Largo, FL 33773
(Starkey Lakes Corporate Center)

Pinellas County Courthouse

315 Court Street, Room 117
Clearwater, FL 33756

County Building

501 First Avenue North
St. Petersburg, FL 337701
(Fifth Street North Entrance)

F.S. 668.6076 Under Florida law, email addresses are public records. If you do not want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing. To submit a public records request, use this form.