2023 Tampa Bay Municipal Election Day

Before you head out the door, make sure to review these voting tips.

TBAY Voting locations

There are around 250,000 eligible voters in this election, according to the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections.

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It’s election day, Tampa.

As the city prepares for Mayor Jane Castor and other City Council members’ races, we’re here to equip you with insider voting tips to help make your experience as seamless as possible. Don’t let the overwhelming voting process discourage you; we’ve got you covered.

🗳 Polls are open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. This site actually allows you to calculate how long wait times might be. Pro tip: lines may be long before + after work hours.

🗳 Remember, you can only vote at the assigned polling place for your precinct. Look your polling place up using the precinct finder. (If you vote in the wrong spot, your ballot won’t count.)

🗳 Learn more about the candidates running for Mayor and City Council on the Hillsborough Supervisor of Elections website. Or read up using the voter guides below 👇

🗳 Bring one or two forms of current identification that include your signature and photo to ensure a smooth and speedy voting experience, If you forget your ID at home, you can still vote a provisional ballot — which just means you can vote, but someone will check to see if your eligible afterward.

🗳 But first, make sure you’re registered. Check your status now to make sure your voice is heard.

🗳 For those who sent ballots in via the mail, you can track your vote here.

*St. Petersburg is not scheduled to hold an election in 2023. But Gulfport, Belleair Bluffs, Indian Rocks Beach, Indian Shores, Kenneth City, Redington Shores, South Pasadena, St. Pete Beach, Tarpon Springs, and Treasure Island are. Head here or info on those polls.

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