Online voter registration is now available!
Register to vote or update your current registration at www.RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov.
It’s secure, convenient and easy-to-use! Frequently Asked Questions can be viewed here.
Quick Facts regarding the new online registration system can be viewed here.
Are you a regular user of Vote-By-Mail (formerly Absentee) ballots? Don't forget to renew your request after every two General Elections to keep getting ballots.
Our goal is to provide you, the public, with a friendly, informative, and useful website to help educate you about your right to vote, and the details of the electoral process. The Alachua County Supervisor of Elections Office is located at 515 N Main Street, Suite 300, Gainesville, FL 32601. The office is on the third floor, and the main entrance is on the south side of the building.
The Supervisor of Elections is a Constitutional Officer and is elected countywide every four years, in the same year that presidential elections are held. The responsibilities are set forth in the Constitution and Laws of the State of Florida and salary is set by statute based on the population of the county. Florida Elections Laws are covered in Chapters 97 through 107 of the Florida Statutes.
Major duties of the Supervisor of Elections
Administer county, state and federal elections
Provide assistance and support for municipal elections
Uphold the Election Laws of the State of Florida
Registers eligible voters
Provide for vote-by-mail and early voting
Qualify candidates for office
Recruit, hire and train poll workers
Administer the provisions of the campaign reporting laws
Acquire and equip polling places
Provide voter outreach education and information
Maintain election equipment and supplies
Documents and records available at the Elections Office
Voter registration records and statistics
Candidates and campaign finance reports
Financial disclosure records of local officials
Copies of applicable election laws
In addition to our official duties, the Supervisor of Elections will gladly provide speakers and information about the elections process to any interested classroom teachers or civic groups. Please call (352) 374-5252 to make arrangements.