The Collier County Supervisor of Elections office has begun mailing a Notice of Election/Vote-by-Mail Request form to all registered voters for the 2020 Primary and General Elections.
This mailing serves to remind voters of the upcoming elections and the Vote-by-Mail Request form provides a convenient way for voters to request a mail ballot for the remainder of the 2020 Election Cycle and all subsequent elections through 2022. Registered Collier County voters may also request a mail ballot by visiting www.CollierVotes.com and selecting the Vote-by-Mail tab.
“We want to encourage voters to request a Vote-by-Mail ballot. With the uncertainty of how the COVID-19 pandemic will affect the remainder of this election cycle, voting by mail is a safe way for voters to cast their ballot,” said Jennifer J. Edwards, supervisor of elections.
Voters can also drop off their Vote-by-Mail ballot in person at any early voting site during the early voting period, or if they choose to vote in person, they can bring their Vote-by-Mail ballot to be cancelled at the polls and receive a regular ballot.
For more information, please contact the Supervisor of Elections office at (239) 252-VOTE (8683). Or check out the elections office website at:
And as a reminder, many voters had their status downgraded to “inactive” by the supervisor of elections this year. Go to the website to doubl-check your status. If you are listed as “inactive” you may not get notices such as this.