• as of 01/27/15
  • Democrats:307,777
  • Republicans:246,158
  • Others:220,792
  • Total:774,727

Feb. 2: Deadline to register for City of Tampa Election

Feb. 23 - March 1: City of Tampa Early Voting

March 3: City of Tampa Election Day


Welcome to our new, redesigned website. We've made it easier to find the information you need about registering to vote and voting, running for office, becoming a poll worker, and past elections. We'll keep the most timely information right here in this space, so visit our website often and stay up-to-date on elections in Hillsborough County.  

College Students:  The Florida Association of Supervisors of Elections is offering three $1,200 scholarships to juniors and seniors attending Florida colleges and universities. Check out the eligibility requirements and application now--the deadline is March 16th.  

City of Tampa Election

City of Tampa residents will be voting for Mayor and City Council on March 3, 2015. A runoff election, if necessary, takes place March 24. Find more information here. Click here to see your sample ballot.

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. 

Have you requested or returned a Vote By Mail ballot? Click here to check on the status of your ballot. 



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.