To minimize exposure to COVID-19 and help protect our customers, as well as our employees the Gilchrist County Supervisor of Elections will temporarily close to the public beginning Wednesday, April 1st until further notice.
Our office will remain operational to employees at this time. Members of the public are encouraged to obtain needed services by using our website, email or by phone.
Vote-By Mail is a very popular option and may be even more viable in the post COVID-19 environment this fall. Ballots are mailed approximately 45 days prior to Election Day.
Has your mail ballot request expired?
Mail ballot requests are only valid for two General Election cycles. So, many requests expired immediately after the last General Election. Also, make sure your signature is up to date!
You can renew your request with our Elections Office at (352) 463-3194. Voting from home is safe, secure and convenient.
Welcome to the Gilchrist County Supervisor of Elections Web Site!
Your vote counts!
Here in the elections office, our goal is to keep you (the Public) informed regarding Gilchrist County Elections and any changes in Election laws. Our purpose is to be the main site of all Gilchrist County Election records. Also, our office is the main Registry of all Gilchrist County Voters. We hope you find all the information you need to vote accordingly.
Please let me know if there something you would like to see on our website.
Thanks for visiting! Connie D. Sanchez
Is Your Voter Registration Card Current?
HAVE YOU MOVED SINCE THE LAST ELECTION?
Florida law states that you must vote in the precinct where you live. Notify the elections office if you change your address.
DO YOU WISH TO CHANGE YOUR PARTY AFFILIATION?
Party changes must be made 29 days prior to an election.
HAS YOUR NAME CHANGED?
You need to fill out a new registration form so your correct name will appear in the precinct register.
Frequently Asked Questions