Exercise Your Right to Vote
The Florida Democratic Party has a 24/7 Voter Information Hotline if you have any questions about your right to vote. If you have been convicted of a felony and you are not certain if your right to vote has been restored, please call (833) 868-3352.
Contact us if you are interested in being a member of the Voter Protection Team!
Register to Vote
To register to vote, you must be a U.S. citizen and a legal resident of the county in which you wish to be registered as a voter. Pre-registration can be done beginning at age 16 with voting on or after your 18th birthday.
You can register to vote at registertovoteflorida.gov or at the Levy County Supervisor of Elections office in Bronson.
You can also register to vote by contacting the Levy County Democratic Party.
Vote By Mail
Florida has an effective way to vote by mail. Avoid waiting in long lines and vote from the convenience of your home.
There are several ways you can notify the Levy County Supervisor of Elections that you want to vote by mail:
- online at votelevy.com/Vote-by-Mail;
- in person at the Levy County Supervisor of Elections Office, located at 421 S Court St, Bronson;
- by regular mail to the supervisor’s office at that same address; or
- by calling the supervisor’s office at (352) 486-5163.
You may also contact the Levy County Democratic Party for a vote by mail request form.