Registering to Vote
Step 1: Click ‘Register to Vote’ in red
Step 2: If you’re using a Flagler-owned computer, click ‘Non-Pop-Up Version’
Step 3: Choose your state
Step 4: Fill out the information and submit

It might take a few weeks to receive your card in the mail. You can also change your name, address and political affiliation here. St. Johns County residents can register to vote at

Obtaining an Absentee Ballot
Step 1: Choose a search engine and type in the county in which you are registered to vote followed by the words ‘Supervisor of Elections.’ (e.g.-Seminole County Supervisor of Elections)
Step 2: Go to your county’s homepage and click on ‘Absentee Ballot Request Form’ or words that resemble it (e.g.-Obtaining an Absentee Ballot).
Step 3: Fill out your information and submit

Your ballot will be sent to you close to election day. When you receive your ballot, fill out your selections, which will be in scantron form, and mail it back in the addressed envelope.

Local Contact Information of Places You Can Register to Vote
U.S. Post Office
99 King St
St Augustine, FL 32084
(904) 825-0628

St. Johns County Supervisor of Elections
4455 Avenue A, Ste 101
St. Augustine, Florida 32095
(904) 823-2238

Southeast Branch Library
6670 US 1 South
St. Augustine, FL

St Johns Republican Party Headquarters
1333 S. Dixie Hwy., Ste. 5
St. Augustine, FL
(904) 829-0045

St. Johns Democratic Party Campaign Headquarters
142 King St.
St. Augustine, FL

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