You may also designate in writing someone to pick
up a Vote-by-Mail ballot for you at the Supervisor of Elections office.
The designee will be required to provide ID and complete the form:
Affidavit to Pick up a Vote-by-Mail Ballot for Voter
Limitations: A designee may only pick up two ballots per
election unless he/she is an immediate family member of the voter.
Ballots obtained by designee MAY ONLY be obtained on Election Day or up to five days prior to the
There is no limit to the number of ballots a person may
return on behalf of other voters.
NOTE: Any person who provides or offers to provide, and any person who accepts, a pecuniary or
other benefit in exchange for distributing, ordering, requesting, collecting, delivering or otherwise
physically possessing more than two mail ballots per election in addition to his or her own ballot or
a ballot belonging to an immediate family member, except as provided in F.S. 101.6105-101.695, commits
a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable as provided in F.S. 775.082, 775.083 or 775.084.