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Election Calendar

2024 Upcoming Elections

NOTICE: The City of Ocoee Special Election scheduled June 13, 2023, for City Commissioner District 4 was rescinded by Resolution No. 2023-06 on May 2, 2023, at the City Commission Meeting. Resolution No. 2023-06 calls instead for a General Election on March 19, 2024, to coincide with the Orange County Municipal Election Day and the Presidential Preference Primary, for the election for District 4 Commission Seat, Proposed Amendments to City Charter, and any other matters requiring a Municipal Election. Please see the City of Ocoee's website or contact the City Clerk's office at 407.905.3100 ext. 91026 for further details.

View the Notice of General Election (English)

Ver el Aviso de Elecciones Generales (Español)


Election Day

Deadline to Register

Early Voting


Primary Election


August 20, 2024 July 22, 2024

August 5, 2024 - August 18, 2024

9 am - 7 pm


General Election


November 5, 2024 October 7, 2024

October 21, 2024 - November 3, 2024

8 am - 8 pm

Offices Up For Election

Click below to view a list of all offices up for election on the November 5, 2024 General Election. The Primary Election for all of these offices will be held on August 20, 2024.

Notice of General Election (English)

Aviso de Elecciones Generales (Español)


Public Tests

Per Florida Statutes, our office conducts public testing of tabulating equipment before each election.

This section will be updated with future election public test dates as they are set.

Early Voting

Early Voting Locations will be open from April 8, 2024, through April 12, 2024, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. daily.

Secure Ballot Intake Stations will be available outside of ALL locations during early voting hours.

See Early Voting Locations here.

Election Day Voting

Voters must vote at their designated Polling Location on Election Day. Find your Polling Location here.

You can access the complete list of Polling Locations here (updated 2/22/2024). 

Do you already have your Vote-by-Mail ballot, but want to vote on Election Day at your Polling Location?

  • You must surrender your Vote-by-Mail ballot, or sign a sworn affidavit, in order to vote at your Polling Location.

If you have yet to return your Vote-by-Mail ballot by Election Day, but still wish to submit it, you must return the ballot to the Orange County Supervisor of Elections Office by 7:00 p.m.


Update Your Signature


Your signature is used to check vote-by-mail ballots, petitions and other election-related documents that require a valid voter signature. For vote-by-mail voters, your signature on file at the time your ballot is received in the elections office is the one that will be used to verify your signature on the ballot certificate envelope.

You can update your signature any time by submitting a completed Florida Voter Registration Application (English PDF or Spanish PDF) in person or by mail to the supervisor of elections. Just stop by or call our office for assistance or for more information.