Election Day is less than a week away! On Nov. 3, registered voters in the U.S. will have their last chance to make their voices heard during this election.
If you haven’t voted yet, please read on for three ways you can make your vote count this Election Day:
1. Return your vote-by-mail ballot.
If you’re voting via a mail-in, drop your ballot in the mail ASAP to ensure that your vote is received in time. You can also return your ballot in person. Here’s where:
- For Orange County residents, vote-by-mail drop-off will be available outside of all early voting sites. Learn more about early voting in Orange County here.
- For Osceola County residents, drop boxes will be available at the Elections Office until Nov. 3 and at all early voting sites during Early Voting hours. Learn more about early voting in Osceola County here.
You can also track your ballot! Here’s where to check:
2. Vote early in person.
Visit your county or city elections office to vote early in person through Nov. 1. Don’t forget to wear a mask – and keep six feet between you and other voters. Bring your own black pen if you don’t want to use the polling place’s pen.
- For Orange County residents, early voting is open 8 a.m.-8 p.m. at select locations through Nov. 1. Find a polling place near you here.
- For Osceola County residents, early voting is open 8 a.m.-8 p.m. at select locations through Nov. 1. Find a polling place near you here.
3. Vote on Election Day.
Polls are open on Tuesday, Nov. 3, from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Remember to wear a mask. Other safety measures to use: Keep 6 feet of distance from other voters. Bring your own black pen.
Not sure where your designated polling place is located? Here’s where to check: