This year Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida is piloting a voter registration program called Vote Out Hunger. Second Harvest, along with the Feeding America network of 200 food banks across the country, are encouraging advocates, supporters, donors, feeding partners and most importantly clients, to make sure they’re registered to vote in the upcoming 2020 Presidential Election. Second Harvest is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization and does not support or oppose any candidate.
Why should you vote?
Your vote this November can help decide the future of crucial programs like the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), how many kids get school meals, and whether fighting hunger is a priority for lawmakers.
How can you vote in Seminole County?
There are three ways you can vote:
- Vote By Mail
- Early Voting
- Election Day Voting
- Vote By Mail
As a registered voter in Seminole County, you may request a vote by mail ballot. The deadline to request a vote by mail ballot is October 24th by 5 PM. You can request your vote by mail ballot for Seminole County here from the Supervisor of Elections: Request my ballot in Seminole County!
You can return your vote by mail ballot via the USPS or by dropping it off at any early voting location within Seminole County. Check out the Early Voting locations below in the next section. Your ballot must be in the possession of the Seminole Supervisor of Elections by 7 PM on Election Day. If you have mailed your ballot, the Supervisor of Elections must be in possession of the ballot by 7 PM on Election Day. Postmarked ballots prior to Election Day that do not arrive in time to the Supervisor of Elections will not be counted.
Still have more questions about Vote by Mail? Check out the Seminole County Supervisor of Elections FAQ.
- Early Voting
Seminole County voters can also vote early at any early voting location near them. Early voting in Seminole County is available from Monday, October 19, 2020 to Sunday, November 1, 2020. They will be open from 7 AM to 7 PM.
The Seminole County Supervisor of Elections is offering 8 early voting locations throughout Seminole County. If you have a vote by mail ballot, they can be returned to any of these 8 sites until October 31st. Here is a map of all 10 sites: Seminole County Supervisor of Elections Early Voting Sites.
1140 East Altamonte Drive, Suite 1003
Altamonte Springs, FL
245 North Hunt Club Blvd
Lake Mary Library
580 Green Way Blvd
Lake Mary, FL
310 Division Street
Supervisor of Elections
1500 East Airport Blvd
215 North Oxford Road
Oviedo Aquatic Center
148 Oviedo Blvd
150 North Palmetto Avenue
3. Election Day – November 3rd
If you like voting on Election Day, polls are open from 7 AM to 7 PM. You must go to your polling location in Seminole County. Find your polling location here. If you are in line by 7 PM, stay in line! Your vote will count. If you received a vote by mail ballot, you can turn it in at your polling location on the day of the election.