Important Reminders: - We know some of you are anxious to vote, but mail ballots are not yet ready. This is normal. For those with a request on file, you can expect to receive your Vote-by-Mail (absentee) ballot around the first week in October. Request a ballot at votewalton.com/request. - Mail ballots may be tracked online through the entire process at votewalton.com/track, or by calling (850) 892-8112. There is no need to go to a polling place just to verify your mail ballot has been received in the elections office. - Ballot drop boxes are available 24/7 outside of both elections office locations, and also at early voting locations during voting hours. Visit votewalton.com/dropbox. - You can only vote once; by mail or in person. Our system blocks against double voting in real time. (Mail ballots are considered “cast” when received by the elections office or placed in a drop box.) - Mail ballots are typically canvassed on or before Election Day and included in the initial results on Election Night. - Early and Election Day polling places will be open as normal with extra safety measures. Early in-person voting will be October 24-31 at 4 locations and is a good opportunity to avoid the Election Day crowds. Election Day voting is at your home precinct’s polling place on Nov 3. - Verify your voter registration status and information at votewalton.com/status. - Visit votewalton.com/3Ways to learn more about the 3 voting options.