Any qualified registered voter in Hernando County is entitled to use a Vote-By-Mail ballot. The ballot may be
requested in person, by mail, by phone or on our website.
An immediate family member or legal guardian may request a Vote-By-Mail ballot for a voter. Immediate family means the
voter's spouse, parent, child, grandparent, grandchild or sibling.
Requesting a Vote-by-Mail Ballot
The voter making the request must disclose the following: Voter's Name, Voter's Address, Voter's Date of Birth,
Voter's DLN # or Last 4 of SSN, and Voter's Signature. (written requests only)
If the voter has designated an immediate family member or legal guardian to request a Vote-By-Mail ballot, the
requestor must provide the above information and the following information:
Requestor's Name, Requestor's Address, Requestor's DLN # or Last 4 of SSN, Requestor's Relationship to Voter,
Requestor's Signature (written requests only)
To request a Vote-by-Mail ballot click HERE. For more
information check out our Vote-by-Mail page
HERE or please call 352-754-4125.
Voting Your Vote-by-Mail Ballot
Your Vote-By-Mail ballot will arrive with instructions. Follow the instructions for completing your Vote-By-Mail
ballot and Vote-By-Mail ballot envelope. If you make a mistake, contact the Elections office at 352-754-4125, for
further instruction. To mark your ballot correctly, fill in the oval next to your choice with blue or black ink. You
must completely fill in the oval. Any other mark may not be read by the scanner. FS 101.5611
Returning Your Vote-by-Mail Ballot
Vote-By-Mail ballots may be returned to the Supervisor of Elections office in person or by mail. However you choose to
return your ballot, it must be received in the Brooksville Elections office by 7 p.m. on Election Day. FS 101.6103
NOTE TO VOTER: A voted Vote-By-Mail ballot cannot be accepted at a polling place on Election Day for return to
the Elections office. There are no exceptions to this law.