The Supervisor of Elections staff can be scheduled for public presentations throughout the year, depending on availability. Scheduling is usually not available during the weeks immediately before, during or after an election. Please refer to the home page for details on coming elections.
To request a speaker, please fill out the form below.
Are You Election-Ready?
Learn the three ways to vote in a countywide election, where to go for answers to your election questions, and how to be prepared for Election Day.
Third-Party Voter Registration Organizations
Any group or individual (including candidates and political parties) that collects any voter registration applications needs to register with the Florida Division of Elections as a third-party voter registration organization. Learn about the process and requirements to become a registration agent.
New Election Laws
Learn about the latest changes to election laws that may affect how you vote in the coming elections.
Vote by Mail!
Learn about the convenience of having your ballot delivered to your home and join the trend of voting by mail. Elections staff will bring mail ballot request forms as well as voter registration applications for registering to vote or updating your voter record.
Become a Poll Worker
Learn the job descriptions of the various poll worker positions and answer the call of civic duty in your community. Training is provided, and poll workers are paid for their service.
Become a Poll Worker/Partners at the Polls
Not only can you answer the call of civic duty and become a poll worker – but you can earn funds for your organization. Learn how an organization’s members can serve as poll workers and donate their earnings to their favorite cause or charity.
Schedule a Voting System Demonstration and Voter Registration/Education Event
Elections staff will offer demonstrations of the DS200 ballot scanner, provide voter registration for new voters, and assist current voters who need to update their voter information.
Schedule an ADA-Accessible AutoMark Demonstration and Voter Registration/Education Event
Elections staff will offer demonstrations of the ADA-accessible AutoMark ballot marking device, provide voter registration for new voters, and assist current voters who need to update their voter information.
Schedule a mock election for your school or organization
Elections staff will create a ballot and conduct an election for your school or organization on the current voting system used in Pinellas County. Voter registration can be provided concurrently.
If you have any additional questions, please contact the Communications Department at (727) 464-4988 or email email@example.com
To request the Supervisor of Elections Office come to your school to conduct an election, please fill out our Request a School Election