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Voted Yet? You Don’t Have to Wait Until Election Day

Make a plan; you have several options
There were more pathways to voting this year due to COVID-19.
There were more pathways to voting this year due to COVID-19. [ IVY CEBALLO | Times ]
Published Dec. 4, 2020
Updated Dec. 4, 2020

As you plan your vote, Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections has the answers you can trust.

If you still have your Vote By Mail Ballot, we must receive it by Election Day, Nov. 3, at 7 p.m. Vote By Mail is safe and secure, and you, the voter, are in control of the process. You can mail your ballot back or drop it off in person and then track your ballot on to confirm that it’s been received and counted.

For the flexibility to vote in person, whenever and wherever it’s easiest for you, take advantage of Early Voting and cast your ballot before Election Day. As long as you’re registered in Hillsborough County, you can vote at any of our 26 Early Voting sites between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. now through Nov. 1. Our website has an interactive map to check wait times and find the location that is closest to you.

If you’re voting on Election Day, Nov. 3, you must cast your ballot at the designated polling place assigned to you. Look up your polling place, read more about all three methods of voting and find information you can trust, at