Voter Registration Requirements
Who may register to vote? In order to register to vote, a person must:
~ Be a citizen of the United States of America
~ Be a Florida resident
~ Be 18 years old (you may preregister if you are 16 years old) Read more . . .
~ Provide your current and valid Florida driver license number or Florida identification card number. If you do not have a current and valid Florida driver license number or Florida identification card, you must provide the last four digits of your Social Security number. If you do not have a FL DL#, FL ID card#, or SSN, write “NONE” in the box provided on the voter registration application.
For a more complete discussion of voter registration requirements in Collier County, click here to visit the “Voter Registration Information” section of the Collier County Supervisor of Elections’ website.
How to Register to Vote
To register to vote in Florida, a citizen must swear or affirm an oath and sign the voter registration application. If your application is complete and you qualify as a voter, the Supervisor of Elections will mail you a voter information card as official notification of your registration. Read more . . .
The registration process begins with completion of a voter registration application. There are several ways you can do this:
Print out a voter registration application from Florida’s Division of Elections, complete the form, and mail it to the address noted on the form. (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
Obtain a voter registration application in person or by calling any of the following:
Elections Offices – Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Building
3750 Enterprise Avenue – 239-252-8683
or – North Collier Government Services Center
2335 Orange Blossom Drive – 239-252-8683
Everglades City – City Hall, 207 Broadway Ave. E. – 239-695-3781
Immokalee – Tax Collector’s Office, 106 First St. S. – 239-657-2054
Marco Island – City Clerk’s Office, 50 Bald Eagle Drive – 239-389-5000
Naples – City Clerk’s Office, 735 Eighth St. S. – 239-213-1015
Driver’s License Offices
How to Obtain a Vote-By-Mail (Absentee) Ballot
A Vote-By-Mail (formerly Absentee) ballot is a ballot for an election that is mailed in early by the voter, usually, but not necessarily, because the voter is unable to vote in person at the polls during early voting or on election day.
Any registered voter in Collier County may vote by Vote-By-Mail ballot for any reason. Simply request a Vote-By-Mail ballot from the Supervisor of Elections office. Read more . . .
By mail or in person:
Collier County Supervisor of Elections
Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Building
3750 Enterprise Avenue
Naples, Florida 34104
Collier County Supervisor of Elections
North Collier Government Services Center
2335 Orange Blossom Drive
Naples, Florida 34109
According to the Supervisor of Elections website, mailing of Vote-By-Mail ballots begins approximately 30 days prior to each election.
For more information, visit the Supervisor of Elections website.
Find Your Representative
To find your elected representatives, click here to visit the League of Women Voters website.
To find your representative on the Collier County District School Board, first click here to find out what district you live in (School Board districts are the same as County Commission districts); then click here to visit the District School Board website.
To see a list of all current elected officials, go to the Collier County Supervisor of Elections office.
To find your polling place, click here to visit the “Find Your Precinct” section of the Collier County Supervisor of Elections website.
For information about upcoming national and state-wide elections, click here to visit the website of the Florida Department of State Supervisor of Elections.
The League of Women Voters of Collier County is a nonpartisan political organization that does not support or oppose candidates for office. We encourage the informed and active participation of citizens in government.