Skip Navigation

Three Ways to Vote

Two people pointing

Every voter needs to know where to vote, and that depends on the voting method you choose to use. You have three choices. Click on one of the links below for more information. 

  1. Vote By Mail
  2. Early Voting
  3. Election Day Voting  


Whichever voting method you choose, we support it with state of the art equipment. 

 

Electronic poll book

Electronic Poll Books allow for quick and efficient voter check-in at all Early Voting sites and Election Day polling places. These tablets take the place of paper registers. 

 

 

 

Pitney Bowes Relia-Vote Inserter

Our Pitney Bowes Relia-Vote inserter and sorter allows us to meet the huge demand for Vote By Mail ballots quickly and cost effectively from our Elections Service Center.

 

 

DS200 Optical Scan machine

Election Systems & Software's DS200 optical scan voting equipment will be found at every voting site and polling place, too. Ballots are digitally scanned and the paper ballot is saved in the box below the scanner. 

 

 

 

 

ExpressVote MachineExpressVote Ballot Marking Devices are in every Early Voting site and Election Day polling place, providing disabled voters with privacy and independence while voting.

 


 

 


 


CONTACT


Office Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Main Phone: (813) 744-5900 Toll Free: (888) 297-4362 Email: Voter@hcsoe.org

Fred B. Karl County Center (Main Office)

601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 16th Floor
Tampa, FL 33602
Tel: (813) 272-5850
Fax: (813) 272-7043

Robert L. Gilder Elections Service Center

2514 North Falkenburg Rd.
Tampa, FL 33619
Tel: (813) 744-5900
Fax: (813) 744-5843

Northwest Regional Office

4575 Gunn Hwy.
Tampa, FL 33624
 
 

Southeast Regional Office

10020 South U.S. Hwy. 301
Riverview, FL 33578

Please note: Florida has a very broad public records law. Voter registration applications and other written communications to or from the Supervisor of Elections are public records and are available to the public and media upon request unless the information is subject to a specific statutory exemption. Email addresses are also public records. If you do  not want your email address released in response to a public records request, please contact us by mail or phone, or visit us in person. To request public records, contact the communications department by emailing  voter@hcsoe.org or calling (813) 744-5900.