By Phone: (407) 836-2070 or 407-836-8683By Mail/Fax: You can download the request form in PDF format and mail it into our office. Request form English or SpanishMilitary and Overseas Voters: may request the ballot online or, download, complete, sign and return the FPCA found at http://www.fvap.gov/uploads/FVAP/Forms/fpca2013.pdfA signed written request is required when requesting a ballot to be mailed to an address that is different from the address on the registration record. You must include: your name, date of birth, current Orange County residential address, mailing address and the voter’s signature. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter The Anatomy of Fear TAGSDecision Apopka 2018Mail-in-ballots Previous articleOrange County Lynx: New Year, Better RideNext articleRoad work begins next week on Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter your name here Decision Apopka 2018But the rate of return still lags behind 2014 electionElection day in Apopka may be March 13th, but hundreds of ballots have already been received in the race for mayor, and two city commission seats. On February 6th, vote-by-mail ballots were sent to Apopka voters who requested them from the Orange County Supervisor of Elections (OCSE) office, and after 24 days, 1,538 have been returned.That may seem like a lot, but it’s lower than the number of ballots returned in the 2014 mayoral election that pitted (then) Commissioner Joe Kilsheimer against Mayor John Land. According to a source who tracked mail-in-ballots daily in 2014, there were 2,012 received after 24 days, which means that 76% of the ballots received in the 2014 election have been received at this point in 2018.According to the OCSE, 766 (49.8%) of the ballots received are from registered Republicans, while 513 (33.36%) are from Democrats, and 259 (16.84%) are listed as “other” or no affiliation.In the 2014 Apopka Mayoral general election, 47.8% (2,372) of the electorate voted by mail, while 52.2% (2,589) voted the day of the election, and Republicans outdistanced Democrats at the polls 49.64%-33.17%, with “other” and no affiliation making up 17.17% of the electorate.For a look at the Supervisor of Elections video about voting by mail, go to “Get ready. Get set. Vote!”There is still time to request a vote-by-mail ballot:HOW TO REQUEST A VOTE-BY-MAIL BALLOTTo verify if you already have a request on file or check the status of your vote by mail ballot please click here.A request for a vote-by-mail ballot to be delivered via mail must be received no later than 5 p.m. the 6th day (Wednesday) prior to an election.NOTE: Be sure to provide your current address. BALLOTS ARE NOT FORWARDABLE and you must vote according to where you live.Online: You may request a vote-by-mail ballot online.To have a ballot mailed to a temporary address you may not use the online form. Please download form to submit by mail or fax or as an email attachment with the voter’s signature. Please enter your comment! Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.