For Immediate Release
Media Contact:

Starley Ard
Outreach Services
352-620-3290 ext. 221

Wesley Wilcox, CERA
Marion County Supervisor of Elections
August 8 Is the Start of Early Voting and
Last Day to Request Vote-by-Mail
Marion County, FL. August 6 - Early Voting in Marion County for the Primary Election begins this Saturday, August 8 and will continue through Saturday, August 15 at nine Early Voting locations. Polls will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the following locations:

Election Center
981 NE 16th St

Belleview Public Library
13145 SE HWY 484

Deputy Brian Litz Building
9048 SW HWY 200

Dunnellon Public Library
20351 Robinson Road

Forest Public Library
905 S HWY 314A

Freedom Public Library
5870 SW 95th St

Reddick Community Center
4345 NW 152nd St

Silver Springs Shores Community Center
590 Silver Road

The Villages Mulberry Center
8445 SE 156th Mulberry Lane

The least busy Early Voting locations are the Forest Public Library, Reddick Community Center, Silver Springs Shores Community Center, and Dunnellon Public Library. Alternatively, voters have the option to vote-by-mail or on Election Day. To date, more vote-by-mail ballots have been returned for the 2020 Primary Election than in any other Primary held in Marion County.

The deadline to request a mail ballot is 5 p.m. on August 8. Voters can request or track the status of their vote-by-mail ballot at www.VoteMarion.Gov. Requests can also be made by emailing VoteByMail@VoteMarion.Gov or calling 352-620-3290. Vote-by-mail ballots must be received by 7 p.m. Election Day and can be returned by mail or to an official ballot drop box at any open Early Voting site or the Elections Office, 981 NE 16th Street, Ocala.

Election Day is Tuesday, August 18. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 122 precincts. Voters are required to cast a ballot in their home precinct. Several polling locations have moved and affected voters were mailed a new voter information card. Voters are encouraged to look up their assigned voting location in advance at and continue to monitor our website for any changes or updates.

For more information, visit www.VoteMarion.Gov or call 352-620-3290. 
Marion County Supervisor of Elections | 981 NE 16th St, Ocala, FL 34470 | 352-620-3290 Elections@VoteMarion.Gov | www.VoteMarion.Gov