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Q. How many times and what are the past election results for either an appointed or elected Superintendent of Schools?
Q. What is a Universal Primary Contest?
Q. What is a Write-In Candidate?
Q. I moved here from another county in Florida. Can I transfer my voter registration from that county to Lake County?
Q. Does a person have to live in the State of Florida for a certain period of time before he can register to vote?
Q. How will I know if my application was processed?
Q. Do I have to declare a party when I register to vote?
Q. If I register with no party affiliation, can I choose a Democrat or Republican ballot in the primary election?
Q. How do I make a change of address in my voter registration record?
Q. How may I request to remove my voter registration record from Lake County voter registration records?
Q. What is a provisional ballot?
Q. May I receive assistance in voting if necessary?
Q. I work next door to a polling place. Can I vote there or do I have to vote at the precinct near my home?
Q. What does an over-vote mean?
Q. What does an under-vote mean?
Q. How far away from the polling place must candidates and campaign workers be on election day?
Q. What hours are the polls open on election day?
Q. How are candidates listed on the ballot?
Q. How do I get a sample ballot for the primary or general election?
Q. Can I take my sample ballot into the polling room with me?
Q. How much money can I donate to a candidate?
Q. What is an in-kind contribution?
Q. Can a candidate accept a cash contribution?
Q. Are candidates' contributions and expenditures public record?
Q. When may a voter request an vote-by-mail ballot?
Q. How may a person request an vote-by-mail ballot?
Q. May a person other than the voter request an vote-by-mail ballot?
Q. May I pick up an vote-by-mail ballot?
Q. Will an vote-by-mail ballot be counted if it is mailed on election day?
Q. Can I bring my vote-by-mail ballot to my precinct on election day?
Q. What if I request a ballot, but don't mail it in?
Q. Can I register to vote if I have been convicted of a felony?
Q. Can I register here if I live here part of the year and another state part of the year?
Q. Can I get information from the voter registration records?
Q. I am in the military. Where is my "legal voting residence?
Military personnel may apply for voter registration or request vote-by-mail ballots with a Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) which may be obtained from the Unit Voting Officer or the Service or State Department Voting Action Officer. If an FPCA is not available, an FPCA may be downloaded from the internet. Refer to Federal Voting Assistance Program website for further form instructions.
Federal Postcard Application
Federal portions of general election and presidential preference primary ballots voted by persons outside the U.S. are counted if postmarked no later than election day and received within 10 days of the election.
Q. I am in the military. Can I vote in person where I am stationed?
Q. I am in the military. However, my family members are not in the military; can they also vote vote-by-mail?
Q. I am an overseas citizen. If I do not maintain a legal residence in the U.S. , what is my "legal state of residence?
Q. Will I be taxed by my last state or territory of residence if I vote vote-by-mail?
Q. Can I register or vote in person at the embassy or consulate?