Voting in Estero

Upcoming Elections

2018 Primary Election
Tuesday, August 28, 2018
2018 General Election
Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Participation: Only registered Democrats can vote in the Democratic Primary and only registered Republicans can vote in the Republican Primary.

In Florida, the voter registration books close 29-days before each election.

Deadlines: You can register to vote or change your registration to Democrat or Republican up til the deadlineIf you choose you can change your registration once again after the election using the same procedures.
Registration Deadline for the Primary Election is July 30, 2018
Registration Deadline for the General Election is October 9, 2018

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Register to Vote

You can register to vote or change your party affiliation by following the directions on the Lee County Supervisor of Elections website.

In Person Registration: If you prefer to register in person you can do so at any of these convenient locations:

South County Regional Library, 21100 Three Oaks Parkway
Estero Chamber of Commerce, 9351 Corkscrew Road
Bonita Springs Elections Branch Office, 25987 Tamiami Trail
Bonita Springs Chamber of Commerce, 25071 Chamber of Commerce Drive

How you can Vote

Florida law authorizes three methods of voting in each election:

  • Vote by Mail
  • Early Voting
  • Election Day

Vote by Mail: In the 2016 Presidential Election 13,120 of Estero’s 24,300 registered voters requested Vote by Mail ballots and over 90% of them returned them by Election Day. As a result over 60% of all Estero votes cast in that elation were Vote by Mail ballots and Estero’ s voter turnout (Participation Rate) was over 80%, seventeen points higher than the County turnout of 62.6%.

Unfortunately the applications of over 5,300 Estero “Vote by Mail” voters
expired with the 2016 General Election.

It’s very easy to Vote by Mail in Florida, simply follow the Supervisor of Elections’ instructions here. This option is available to you anytime from now until about a week before election day.

Early Voting: The Supervisor of Elections must begin Early Voting 10 days prior to election day but can open the Early voting locations earlier. Early Voting locations are available on their website.

Election Day Voting: If you prefer to vote in person on Election Day, but don’t know the location of your Polling Place, you can look up the address here.

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