ImageImage
Campaign signs line the roadway Tuesday, March 21, 2023, at Saint Andrews Episcopal Church on Lone Star Road, the polling place for Precinct 101. | Cyd Hoskinson, Jacksonville Today

It’s Election Day. Have you cast your ballot?

Published on March 21, 2023 at 9:55 am

After months of campaigning and an avalanche of advertising, Election Day has arrived.

Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today. Anyone who is registered can vote, regardless of party affiliation.

Jacksonville Today thanks our sponsors. Become one.

The brightest lights are focused on Jacksonville’s mayoral race, but more than a dozen seats are contested in Duval County, including City Council seats and the property appraiser.

Jacksonville Today has voter guides on all the candidates. There’s also a quiz to see which mayoral candidates line up with your views.

A total of 91,847 people voted before today in Duval County, by mail or in person during early voting. More than 8,800 had gone to the polls by 9:30 this morning. Turnout totaled 15%, a relatively small percentage.

Article continues below
Jacksonville Today thanks our sponsors. Become one.

To vote today, you must go to your assigned precinct. You’ll need a valid photo and signature ID. If you don’t have it with you, you can cast a provisional ballot.

Duval voters can find their voting place here. In other counties, check with your supervisor of elections. Here’s a list of those offices.

To win today, a Duval candidate must receive more than 50% of the vote. If no one does, the top two finishers in a race will advance to a runoff May 16.


author image Senior News Editor

Randy comes to Jacksonville from the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, where as metro editor, he led investigative coverage of the Parkland school shooting that won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for public service. He has spent more than 40 years in reporting and editing positions in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Ohio and Florida. 

author image Senior News Editor

Randy comes to Jacksonville from the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, where as metro editor, he led investigative coverage of the Parkland school shooting that won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for public service. He has spent more than 40 years in reporting and editing positions in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Ohio and Florida. 


Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.