Seminole County Launches


In the wake of yet another confusing mailing from out-of-town interests to Seminole County homes, Seminole County Supervisor of Elections Michael Ertel is setting up a special website to help voters delineate legitimate mailings from others. The website leads voters to the Seminole County Supervisor of Elections website,, where a link will display recent and upcoming mailings which

Political Pollwatchers & Voting Challenges


This Tuesday, November 8, Seminole County the inside of polling places will have more than just voters and pollworkers.  The polling rooms will also have political pollwatchers.  Per Florida law, political pollwatchers can be assigned by either a political candidate or political party to be inside the polling room while you vote. Here are a couple of facts about political

Hurricane Matthew closure: SOE Office closed Friday, October 7


Due to the anticipated impact of Hurricane Matthew, the Seminole County Supervisor of Elections Office’s building will be closed Friday, October 7.  All telephonic and online services will still be available. Voters may access their own file, update their address and request a mail ballot by calling 407.585.VOTE (8683). Citizens may access a voter registration application form here: Voters

Ballot Note: HD29 candidate withdrawal


Our office received notice today (Friday, September 30, 2016) of Florida House District 29 candidate Fredrick Marra’s withdrawal from the contest.  The Democratic Party of Florida, in conjunction with the local party, could choose to replace Marra as their nominee.  Seminole County voters in House District 29, which covers about a third of the county, will receive notification of the

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