Provide your temporary address and notify the Supervisor of Elections office when you have a permanent address. If you no longer maintain or do not plan to have a permanent address in Martin County, but intend to remain a resident of this county, you may use the main office address of the Supervisor of Elections. This address is 135 SE Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, Stuart, FL 34994.
You are not required to declare a party preference. However, Florida is a closed primary state. In a primary election, voters may only vote for the candidates in their party. By not selecting a party, you limit your vote in the primaries to only judges and issues. The only exception is a Universal Primary Contest or “UPC”. A UPC is a contest in a primary election in which all candidates have the same party affiliation and the winner will have no opposition in the general election. All qualified electors may vote on a UPC regardless of party affiliation.
If you have moved within Martin County, you may change your address online, by phone, written notice or by submitting a Voter Registration Application to the Supervisor of Elections.
You may change your party or name by providing a signed written notice, including your date of birth, or submit a Voter Registration Application to the Supervisor of Elections.
Vote by mail ballots and petitions for candidates or issues are verified by an elector’s signature. If the signature on file does not match the signature on the vote by mail ballot or petition they will not be accepted. A voter’s signature evolves with time under normal circumstances and change is a part of the maturation process. Each elector should provide the elections office with an update of his or her signature particularly when they notice there has been a change.
The registration deadline (book closing date) is 29 days before an election. You must register before the book closing date in order to vote in that election. You may submit your application to register to vote after the deadline, but you will not be added to the voter rolls until after the election.
No. There is one central voter roll in each county which is used for all city, county, state, and national elections. You must live within the political boundaries of the city to vote in city elections.