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Precinct Voting

Voting at your polling place on Election Day is easy. Remember to bring valid picture and signature identification. For more information on the types of identification accepted at the polls, please click here. You can find the your assigned precinct by looking at your Voter Information Card or you can use our Precinct Finder below to locate your precinct and polling place. Remember to check our website prior to an election to be sure there are no changes to your polling place location.

Alachua County Precincts & Polling Places

By law, the Supervisor of Elections administers County-wide, State, and Federal elections. By contract, it administers City of Gainesville elections. Some precincts are split between the City of Gainesville city limits and Alachua County. Those voters who reside within the city limits of split precincts are eligible to vote in city elections. Those voters who reside in the county portion of split precincts will only be eligible to vote in County-wide, State, and Federal elections, not City of Gainesville elections.

District Boundaries

For information on District Boundaries, including those for City of Gainesville Commission Districts, click here.

Important Polling Place Information

Changes for the January 25, 2022 Gainesville Special Runoff Election

23 Days Inn Hotel 1901 SW 13th Street, Gainesville PHOTO
27 The Thomas Center 302 NE 6th Avenue, Gainesville PHOTO
30 Mt. Carmel Baptist Church 2505 NE 8th Avenue, Gainesville PHOTO
35 Florida Museum of Natural History 3215 Hull Road, UF Campus, Gainesville PHOTO
43 LifeSouth Community Blood Centers 4039 Newberry Road, Gainesville PHOTO
48 Hilton UF Conference Center 1714 SW 34th St, Gainesville PHOTO
52 Doyle Conner Building 1911 SW 34th Street, Gainesville PHOTO
59 Days Inn Hotel 1901 SW 13th Street, Gainesville PHOTO

Alachua County Precincts