Election Day

Every 20 years, Florida voters face more ballot initiatives than normal thanks to the Constitution Revision Commission. 

This non-elected panel of 37 people are appointed by members of the state leadership. 

They hear suggestions for amendments from the public across the state of Florida. At the end of these hearings and debate, they recommend a series of initiatives that automatically make it onto the November ballot. The most recent commission met in 2018.

Early Voting Begins For General Election Nov. 4th

Oct 20, 2014

    Early voting is getting underway across the region for the November 4th General Election. Voters in Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, and Escambia Counties can cast ballots beginning Monday and continuing through Saturday, November 1st. 

For the General Election, each of the counties is exceeding the eight-day minimum by providing a total of 13 early voting days, with a combined 14 polling locations that will be open for 10 hours each day in Okaloosa and Santa Rosa counties; nine hours daily in Escambia.