Candidates, Political Committees and Political Party Executive Committees are required to submit regular financial reports, following the deadlines specified by the Florida Division of Elections:
Local candidates, please make sure to review the Online Financial Report Manual. All reports filed with our office must be submitted electronically. Our filing system allows you to enter information without using any additional software. However, you may click here to see a list of approved software vendors that are compatible with our electronic filing system.
Information on petition requirements for 2020 can be found here. The deadline for us to receive petitions from judicial candidates was noon on March 23, 2020. The deadline for all other candidates was noon on May 11, 2020. The qualifying fee is waived if you qualify by petition. The State of Florida provides a Candidate Petition Handbook for additional reference. When collecting petitions, you must use the Florida Division of Elections Candidate Petition Form.
Candidate petitions cannot be accepted via email. Please mail petitions and payment to: Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections, Attn: Candidate Services, 2514 N. Falkenburg Rd., Tampa, FL 33619.
Make sure to read this important emergency rule issued April 2, 2020:
Emergency Rule 1SER20-2 - Candidate Petition Process
Florida Division of Elections Publications
Candidate and Treasurer Handbook
How to File Financial Reports Manual
Florida Election Code
If you would like to designate poll watchers for an election, you must complete the Poll Watcher Designation Form (DS-DE 125) and return it via email (to firstname.lastname@example.org), mail or in person, so that it is in our office by the deadline. The deadlines to submit Poll Watcher designations for the 2020 Primary Election have passed. The deadlines for the General Election are:
- Early Voting Designations - October 5, 2020
- Election Day Designations - October 20, 2020
All poll watchers should review our Poll Watcher Guidelines before arriving at a voting location.
Election Dates and Deadlines
Make sure to share voter registration deadlines and election dates with your prospective constituents! Find that information here.
Click on this link to see a list of all of our precincts, and then click on individual precinct locations to find statistics, addresses and photos for each precinct: Show a list of all precincts.
For information regarding where campaign signs can be posted in Hillsborough County and the three municipalities, please reference the Campaign Signs Information Sheet. Important note: the law requires anyone who is going to dig (break ground) must first call Sunshine 811. Click here for more details and information regarding sign installation.
No Solicitation Zones
150 ft. No Solicitation Zone Maps for every Early Voting site used in the 2020 Primary Election can be found below. These include the location of our Vote By Mail curbside drop-off tents.
Complaints & Appeals
If you think someone is violating election law, you should file a complaint with the Florida Elections Commission.