Vote Alachua Update
January 2021
From the Supervisor

I hope this message finds you well and you are having a great start to the new year.

With the General Election behind us, my team and I are diligently moving ahead with preparations for the Gainesville Regular Election on March 16. Training classes have already begun, and I am so grateful for those of you who are election workers, as we could not do this without you. Please note that the voter registration deadline is February 16 to participate in this election.

On January 5, I was sworn in for a second term, and again, it truly is an honor and a privilege to serve as your Supervisor of Elections for Alachua County.

As always, please do not hesitate to reach out to me by email at or by phone at 352-374-5252.

Kim A. Barton
Supervisor of Elections
Alachua County
Thank you Alachua County, for recognizing the tremendous dedication election workers exhibited during the 2020 election cycle!
The City of Gainesville also recognized 2020 election workers with a proclamation last month.
The City of Alachua presented its proclamation to 2020 election workers during its December meeting.
Thank you to Alachua County Public Schools and Dr. Jon Rehm, social studies curriculum supervisor, for facilitating our virtual visits to high schools last week!
On January 5, Alachua County Supervisor of Elections Kim A. Barton was sworn in for her second term.

Administrative Assistant Yvette Carreras celebrated 15 years at the elections office this past November!

Thanks for your hard work, Yvette, and we're excited for the next 15 years!
Have you moved recently? Need to update your party affiliation? You can update your voter registration — or register to vote for the first time — at
Request a mail ballot through 2024 at
Antoinette Miller, elections clerk, celebrated one year at the elections office last month!

Thanks for the great work you do, Toni!