Marion County, FL. April 9 -
Domestic ballots for the May 19 City of Ocala Special Election Run-off were mailed today to nearly 7,000 voters with a request on file. A
has also been sent to the approximately 30,000 registered voters in the City of Ocala without a mail ballot request, reminding them of the May 19 Election and the option to vote-by-mail.
As with every election, Marion County Supervisor of Elections Wesley Wilcox reminds voters that vote-by-mail is a convenient and secure method of voting. The deadline to request a mail ballot for the City of Ocala Special Election Run-off is no later than 5 p.m. on May 9. To easily request or track a mail ballot, visit
, or call 352-620-3290.
Mail ballots are non-forwardable and are sent to the voter’s current mailing address on file, unless specified otherwise. The United States Postal Service encourages voters to mail back their voted ballots early to ensure timely receipt by Election Day.
Voted mail ballots may also be returned to the 24/7 ballot drop box located outside the Marion County Election Center. Mail ballots must be received by the Supervisor of Elections office no later than 7 p.m. on Election Day to be counted.
For additional information or questions, please contact our office at 352-620-3290 or visit