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Florida Congressional Distict 5

Voter Information

Put Congresswoman Corrine Brown’s experience and energy to work for you in Florida’s 5th Congressional District, by voting for her in the upcoming August primary election.
 
Florida’s 5th Congressional District covers portions of Baker, Columbia, Duval, Gadsden, Hamilton, Jefferson, Leon and Madison counties.
 
Only people who are registered voters and registered members of the Democratic Party can vote in the primary. 
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For more information on voter registration and voting, please contact your county’s Elections Supervisor:
 
Baker County (Macclenny), 904-259-6339
Columbia County (Lake City), 386-497-1293
Duval County (Jacksonville), 904-630-1410
Gadsden County (Quincy), 850-627-9910
Hamilton County (Jasper), 386-792-1426
Jefferson County (Monticello), 850-997-3348
Leon County (Tallahassee), 850-606-8683
Madison County (Madison), 850-973-6507

There are 3 ways you can vote for Congresswoman Corrine Brown to represent you in Florida Congressional District 5. Pick the option that works best for you.  

 

  • Early voting

    Almost all counties give voters an opportunity to vote before the August 30, 2106. Election Day. The early-voting period varies by county. For information on those dates and the locations where you can vote, please contact your local Elections Supervisor. Don’t forget to bring your identification so you can vote.

  • Voting by mail

    You can contact your local Elections Supervisor today to request your vote-by-mail ballot. The supervisor’s office will mail it to you as soon as the ballot has been printed. It’s your responsibility to return that ballot by the deadline information included on the ballot. When you receive the ballot, please closely follow all the instructions so your vote will count. 

  • Voting on Election Day

    You can go your polling place to vote on Tuesday, August 30, 2016. Please don’t forget to bring your identification so you can vote.
 
 
Regardless of which method you use to vote for Congresswoman Brown in the primary, you must be a registered voter, and you must be a registered Democrat. August 1, 2016 is the voter registration deadline.