• as of 03/03/15
  • Democrats:307,942
  • Republicans:246,497
  • Others:221,787
  • Total:776,226

2/23-3/1: City of Tampa Early Voting

3/3: City of Tampa Election Day

4/7: Plant City Election Day

City of Tampa Election Day

For Election Day, we have 80 polling places open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. IMPORTANT: On Election Day, you may ONLY vote at the polling place assigned to your precinct.

Don't make a mistake and go to the wrong location. Click here to see where you vote, or call us at (813) 744-5900. We are happy to direct you to the right place. If you've moved, you must vote in the polling place assigned to your current residence. Give us a call if you need to check the location. We can update your address on the phone or at the polling place. 

Please bring valid and current photo and signature identification with you to vote. Click here for more information on acceptable identification. If you do not have identification, you may vote a provisional ballot. 

If you haven't turned in your Vote By Mail ballot yet, it must be in  one of our four offices before 7 p.m. today, March 3, to be counted. You many not turn in a voted ballot at a polling place. If you have a Vote By Mail ballot and prefer to vote in person, bring you ballot with you to be canceled. 

Plant City Municipal Election

Only Plant City residents who have registered to vote with Hillsborough County are eligible to vote in this election. To see your sample ballot, click hereEarly Voting takes place April 3 and 4, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Election Day is April 7, 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. All voting will take place at Plant City's City Hall, 302 W. Reynolds St., Plant City, FL 33564. 

Special Election: State House District 64

This election determines who will represent District 64 in the Florida House of Representatives. Only voters who live in the district will be eligible to vote in this election. Find more information here. Click here to see your sample ballot.

If you have requested or returned a Vote By Mail ballot, you can track the status of your Vote by Mail ballot here


We regularly attend naturalization ceremonies 
so that we can help our newest citizens register to vote.


Students can pre-register to vote at age 16, so we visit students at our high schools.

We would be happy to hold a voter registration drive at your event! Just contact Jeff Ziegler


Behind-the-Scenes Video 

These middle school civics students had some GREAT questions for our Supervisor of Elections. 

Watch our warehouse empty out (time lapse)


Q: Why does Hillsborough County publish voting material in English and Spanish? 
A:  The law requires us to. Hillsborough County is a "covered jurisdiction" under the Language Minority Groups provision of the Voting Rights Act.