How to check if your vote counted

Provisional, mail-in ballot status can be confirmed online


ORLANDO, Fla. – Voters who cast their ballots by mail, from overseas or in the military can check to make sure their votes were received and counted before and after Election Day.

After Florida's 2018 elections, officials continue to count absentee, military and overseas ballots for days after Election Day.

Voters who were given a provisional ballot because they didn't have the right identification, were at the wrong precinct or did not appear on the precinct register had the opportunity to bring in evidence to their local supervisor of elections no later than 5 p.m. on Thursday to ensure their vote counts. If voters didn't take that step, the local supervisor of elections canvassing board will review provisional ballots and determine if they are counted.

With several high-profile races still too close to call, provisional ballots and mail-in may play a role in deciding some big races, including U.S. Senate and Florida governor.

Click on the link to your county below to verify the status of your vote-by-mail ballot:

Orange County

Seminole County

Osceola County

Volusia County

Flagler County

Brevard County 

Lake County

Marion County

Sumter County

Polk County

If you're unsure which supervisor of elections office to check with, find out here.