ORLANDO, Fla. - Hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots are pouring into election offices across Florida.
Voting-by-mail has been an option in the Sunshine State for nearly two decades and this year, because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, record-highs could be broken.
Any voter who has requested a vote-by-mail ballot can track online the status of his or her ballot through a link within the Division of Elections' Voter Information Lookup or through their county Supervisor of Elections' website.
Click your county to track your mail-in ballot through its Supervisor of Elections' website:
- ORANGE COUNTY
- OSCEOLA COUNTY
- SEMINOLE COUNTY
- BREVARD COUNTY
- VOLUSIA COUNTY
- MARION COUNTY
- ALACHUA COUNTY
- FLAGLER COUNTY
- LAKE COUNTY
- POLK COUNTY
The United States Postal Service also provides a free service called Informed Delivery that allows you to digitally preview the address side of certain mail pieces such as a requested vote-by-mail ballot that will arrive soon at your address.
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