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Important Deadlines
Early Voting
Vote by Mail
Voting Information


Okaloosa and Walton County residents: Are you ready to vote? The 2018 E-Voter is your one-stop-shopping place to learn about the candidates, local referendums and proposed constitutional amendments so you can cast an informed ballot. League urges all registered voters in Okaloosa and Walton Counties to take some time to invest in the future of your communities, your state and your nation by making smart decisions when you vote. If you are not registered to vote, you have until 9 October to do so if you want to participate in the General Election. Register on-line. Check out Be Ready to Vote for more nonpartisan voting information.

There are no local races in Okaloosa County on the November ballot, but there is one referendum. Due to the unexpected death of the incumbent in the race for Seat 2, South Walton Fire Commission, there are also no uncontested races in Walton County. [NOTE: Two write-in candidates are registered for Walton County Commission seats, but they have not campaigned or done any fundraising, so League considers those races uncontested.] Use the links at the top of this page to get more information on state and federal races, voting in your county, and the proposed constitutional amendments.

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Important Deadlines

  • 9 October: Last day to register or change parties before Election Day.
  • 22/27 Oct - 3 Nov: Early Voting. Check your county page for times and locations.
  • 6 November: Election Day! Vote at your precinct or ensure your Vote-by-Mail ballot is received at the Supervisor of Elections office no later than 7:00 pm.
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Registration Register to Vote

Registration books are closed for the General Election.

Voters may check their registration status and print out a personalized sample ballot by using the Voter Lookup Tool for Okaloosa or Walton County. Your personalized ballot will include each race in which you are eligible to vote, so be sure to print one out in advance, do your homework on the races that affect you, and fill in the sample ballot with your choices. Take it with you to into the polling place to speed up the process when you vote.

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Early Votingearly voting

Early voting will be available starting 22 October in Okaloosa county and 27 October in Walton County, through Saturday, 3 November. Times and locations differ, so click on the links above for your county to get those details.

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Vote by Mail Vote by Mail

A registered voter may request a Vote-by-Mail ballot from the Supervisors of Election of Okaloosa and Walton Counties. Use the link for your county to order on-line or by phone. Be sure to provide your current mailing address. The U.S. Post Office cannot forward mail ballots. 

Vote-by-Mail ballots must be returned to the elections office by 7:00 pm on Election Day, so be sure your vote counts by mailing it early or returning it in person.

Note: Your completed vote-by-mail ballot must be turned in at the SoE offices. You may not turn it in at your precinct on Election Day.

A single request for an absentee ballot by any voter (not just overseas voters) is good for all elections for two (2) general election cycles. For example, any request for ballots in the 2018 election is good through November 2020. Not sure about the status of your ballot? Call the Supervisor’s office at 850-689-5600 (Okaloosa County) or 850-892-8113 (Walton County).

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Voting Information Voting Information

Questions? Rather than duplicate effort and risk printing out-of-date information, please review the comprehensive Voter Information pages prepared by the Okaloosa County and Walton County SoEs. They have you covered!

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