Absentee Ballot Request and Early Voting Reports

Disclaimer: Early voting and absentee ballot request reports are posted on the Florida Department of State’s Division of Elections’ website as received from each of the 67 county Supervisors of Elections and contain information downloaded up to and including the day before they are posted. The statewide absentee ballot request reports file contains the individual reports from all the counties uploaded the day they are due. For the most current early and absentee ballot request information, please contact the respective county Supervisor of Elections directly as their information may include more recent activity.

Early Voting Report Links

What is in the Early Voting Report

As of January 2006, each supervisor of elections is required to make available daily separate electronic formatted reports that contain respectively:

  • A summary of the total number of voters who voted early.
  • A list of the individual voters who voted during the early voting period.

When are Early Voting Reports Available?

Pursuant to s. 101.657, Florida Statutes, the early voting summary and detail reports are to be made available by the supervisors to the public and provided at the same time to the Division of Elections by noon of each day during the early voting period.

These county reports received by the Division are then posted directly on this website for a limited period after the election cycle.

Who has Access to Early Voting Reports?

The public has full access to the early voting reports.



Absentee Ballot Request Reports Links

Please Note: Authorization for access is only valid for one general election cycle (i.e. scheduled primary and general elections). Access automatically expires at the end of the calendar year in which issued. You will have to reapply to renew access (Rule 1S-2.043(3)(d), F.A.C.).


This site is not for submitting on-line requests for absentee ballot. To submit an on-line absentee ballot request, go to your respective county Supervisor of Elections website.

What is in the Absentee Ballot Requests Report

Absentee ballot request information for individual voters during an election cycle (involving a scheduled primary and general election). (see chapter 2005-278, Laws of Florida). Information may include the names of the voters and dates of the request and return of voted ballot, etc.

When are Absentee Ballot Requests Report Available?

Pursuant to s. 101.62, Florida Statutes, the absentee ballot request information reports are made available by the supervisors and provided at the same time to the Division of Elections by 8 AM of each day during the election cycle. These county reports received by the Division are then posted directly on this website for a limited period after the election cycle. These files will remain posted at the state level for a minimum period of 1 anniversary year after the general election in the year received.

Who has Access to Absentee Ballot Requests Report?

Please note that although the public has access to the early voting reports, only the following persons and entities listed in law are entitled to access the absentee ballot request reports pursuant to s. 101.62(3), Florida Statutes:

  • a canvassing board
  • an election official
  • a political party or official thereof
  • a candidate who has filed qualification papers and is opposed in an upcoming election
  • registered political committees
  • registered committees of continuous existence

To obtain access to absentee ballot request information from the Division's website, complete the application.


If you are experiencing a problem with this web site please contact the Division of Elections.
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