You are eligible to register to vote if you are
- a U.S. citizen,
- age 18 or older, and
- a legal resident of the county in which you are registering.
How to Register in Pinellas County
Where to Register in Pinellas County
- County Courthouse – 315 Court St, Room 117, Clearwater FL 33756
- Phone 727-464-3551, Fax 727-464-4158
- Deaf services relay 800-955-8771
- Election Service Center – 13001 Starkey Rd, Starkey Lakes Corporate Center, Largo FL 33773
- Phone 727-64-6108, Fax 727-464-6239
- County Building – 501 First Ave N, St. Petersburg FL 33701 Annex Conference Room for countywide elections
- Phone 727-464-6108, Fax 727-464-6239
More Places to Register to Vote in Pinellas County
You may also register at driver license offices, social service offices, public libraries, offices that serve persons with disabilities, armed forces recruitment offices, centers for independent living and many city halls and chambers of commerce.
The League supports the services of the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections by offering voter registration at organizational meetings, community events, residential living communities, and other venues. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Pinellas County Voter Guide
For election information, check out our new and improved Pinellas County Voter Guide brought to you by the League’s of Women Voters of the St.Petersburg Area and North Pinellas County! It goes live on August 1, 2018. You’ll find information on the candidates and issues on your ballot, in addition to other helpful resources!
Where to Vote
Vote at the polling place in your precinct. Call the Supervisor of Elections office for the location or check online at www.votepinellas.com.
- Your voter card will list your party and districts.
- You may also vote by mail or vote early.
Florida’s Primary Elections
If all candidates for an office have the same party affiliation and the winner of the primary will have no opposition in the general election, all eligible voters, regardless of party affiliation, may vote in the primary election for that office. Otherwise, the primary is closed, and only voters with the same party affiliation as the candidates may vote for that office.
Government in the Sunshine
The Florida Sunshine Law requires that all meetings at which decisions about public business are made, including those of the Florida Legislature, be open to the public. The Florida Public Records Act requires that the files of all public agencies be open for public inspection.
Civil Rights Restoration in Florida
The Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRRC) helps former felony offenders navigate the civil rights restoration process. For more information about the FRRC or their work, please visit their website here.