Florida Division of Elections:
Common Election Forms:
- Affidavit of Financial Hardship
- Affidavit of Undue Burden
- Alternative Method Affidavit
- Appointment of Campaign Treasurer and Designation of Campaign Depository for Candidates
- Campaign Treasurer’s Report – Itemized Contributions
- Campaign Treasurer’s Report – Itemized Expenditures
- Campaign Treasurer’s Report – Summary
- Contributions Returned
- Oath of Candidate – Nonpartisan Office (and phonetic spelling guide)
- Poll Watcher Designation
- Statement of Candidate
- Waiver of Report
- Ordinance No. 2015-20 (adopted May 4, 2015) Amending Chap 2, Sec. 1-1.Requirements for Qualification as Candidate for Office of Mayor Commissioner or City Commissioner
- Requirements for Qualification (form)
- 2017 Canvassing Board Organizational Meeting Minutes – August 8, 2017
- 2017 Canvassing Board Public Test of Voting Equipment Meeting Minutes – October 26, 2017
- 2017 Canvassing Board Election Day Meeting Minutes – November 7, 2017 DRAFT
- 2017 Post-Election Audit Notice with precincts
- Orlando City Code Sec. 21.24.Electronic Reporting/Penalties
- Electronic Reporting Resolution
- Orlando City Code Sec.64.252.Political Campaign Signs
- Orlando City Code Sec. 21.18.Absentee and Early Voting
- Challenging Absentee Ballots statement
- Ord. No. 2015-18 (adopted May 4, 2015) Amending Chap 21, Sec 21.02-“Time of Holding” to First Tuesday after the First Monday in November of Each Odd-Numbered Year
- Ord. No. 2015-19 (adopted May 4, 2015) Amending Chap 2. Sec 2.01-“When Mayor and Commissioners Take Office”
Notice: The Information contained herein is based on wages, laws and election requirements for the City of Orlando Elections. For information on county, state or national elections, visit the Orange County Supervisor of Elections.
Election Results – The results of City elections from 1939 to 2017.
Previous Election Information – Financial reports and other information from the 2000 to 2017 elections.
Where to Vote – Voter’s Registration applications must be completed at any of Florida’s mandated sites, any Supervisor of Elections office, by mail, or any outreach location. Visit Orange County Supervisor of Elections or the Florida Division of Elections to find out how to register or where your polling place is.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: When is the next City of Orlando election being held?
A: The election will take place on November 5, 2019. If necessary, a run-off election will be held on December 3, 2019.
Q: Why would a run-off be needed?
A: If there are more than two candidates and no one candidate receives a majority of the votes, the top two candidates will face off in a run-off election.
Q: Which seats are up for election?
A: There will be an election for Mayor and Commissioners in Districts 2, 4, and 6.
Q: Who are the candidates?
A: You will see a list of candidates and information about their campaign finances here.
Q: How do I verify that I am registered to vote in Orange County already?
A: Visit the Orange County Supervisor of Elections website to verify your registration. If you still have questions, please call the City Clerk’s office at 407.246.2251
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