Wendy Sartory Link Supervisor of Elections Palm Beach County Wendy Sartory Link Supervisor of Elections Palm Beach County Wendy Sartory Link Supervisor of Elections Palm Beach County


Once you have registered to vote in Florida, you do not need to register again. However, you do need to keep your information up-to-date. You can update your information any time online, in person, or by completing a registration form (English / Spanish) and mailing it to any of our four offices. Conveniently, the update form is the same as a new registration form. To update your existing record on the form, simply check the "Record Update/Change" box.  

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Please remember that your residential address on file at our office determines the issues and candidates that will be on your ballot, and your party affiliation determines which candidates will be on your ballot during Primary Elections. You may change your party affiliation at any time, but it must be done 29 days before a Primary Election in order to be valid for that election. Florida is a closed primary state, which means that you must be registered with a political party to vote in that party's Primary Election. If you are registered as No Party Affiliation (NPA), only non-partisan races or issues included in the Primary Election will be on your ballot unless a Universal Primary Contest occurs. More information about political parties can be found on the Florida Division of Elections website.



Your signature may change over time, so make sure we have your current signature on file. When you sign a vote-by-mail ballot envelope or a petition, we will match your signature to the signatures we have on file for you. You can use an online voter registration application to update your information, and it will add the signature from your driver license or Florida ID card to your voter record.  

Or you can use a Florida Voter Registration Application (English / Spanishto update your signature or identifying mark. Return your completed application by mail or in person at one of our four offices. 



Look up your current voter registration information, status, polling place location, sample ballot, and vote-by-mail ballot status.

If you have a Florida driver license or Florida ID card, you can update your residential address, mailing address, name, or political party, or request a new Voter Information Card online. It's quick, easy and secure. If you don't have a state-issued ID or simply prefer paper, you can download a Florida Voter Registration Application online to fill out print (English / Spanish). Then, you can return the complete application form to one of our four offices.



Updating your address is quick and easy. Change your address online if you have moved within Palm Beach County, or if you have moved into Palm Beach County from a different Florida county



If you no longer wish to be a registered Florida voter, you must submit a written request to the Supervisor Elections office. If you are registered in Palm Beach County, please print and complete this form and mail or hand-deliver it to one of our four offices. If you are a resident in a new state, you must cancel your Florida Voter Registration as you cannot be registered to vote in multiple states.



The Division of Elections provides us with regular information on deceased voters who must be removed from the voter roll. If you have information about a deceased voter, please provide us with a copy of the official death certificate. We can accept a copy of the certificate by mail, fax, email, or hand-delivered to one of our four offices

Mailing address: PO Box 22309, West Palm Beach, FL 33416

Fax: 561-656-6287

Email: info@votepalmbeach.gov

Information on obtaining a copy of a death certificate can be found here.



Call us at (561) 656-6200 to update your mailing address. 


Voter Registration Agencies:

  • Supervisor of Elections offices
  • Driver's license offices
  • Public assistance offices
  • Public libraries
  • Offices that serve people with disabilities
  • Armed forces recruitment offices
  • Centers for independent living


Download a Florida voter registration form here in English or Spanish.


More information about updating your voter registration can be found on the Florida Division of Elections website. 

Florida Voter Information is Public Record. Click on this link for more information