Leon County Supervisor of Elections announces polling location changes

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Posted at 10:10 AM, Jul 17, 2020
and last updated 2020-07-17 10:10:43-04

LEON COUNTY, Fla. (WTXL) — Polling location changes have been announced in Leon County ahead of the 2020 Primary Election.

Election officials say all voters who have been affected by these changes have been mailed an updated voter information card. Voters can confirm their precinct and polling place at any time by visiting and clicking on “Your Voter Info.”

“To ensure that all Leon County voters can vote safely during the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, my office has moved several Election Day polling locations,” said Mark S. Earley, the Supervisor of Elections for Leon County. “The new locations provide additional space that enables voters to practice social distancing while voting. We have also made changes to the two polling sites located within assisted living facilities that will help residents of those facilities remain isolated during the pandemic.”

The chart below lists the changes to polling locations:

4451Community of Christ ChurchUnitarian Universalist Church2810 N Meridian Rd
2506Calvary United Methodist ChurchPalmer Monroe Teen Center1900 Jackson Bluff Rd
5103Courtyard MarriotTallahassee Elks Lodge276 N Magnolia Dr
1205 & 1230Hilaman Park Golf CourseOptimist Park1806 E Indianhead Dr
1301 OnlyLincoln Neighborhood CenterTallahassee Urban League923 Old Bainbridge Rd
Voters who reside in precinct 1302 will continue to vote at the Lincoln Neighborhood Center.
3401Taoist Tai Chi SocietyFreedom Church Assembly of God2801 Thomasville Rd
Westminster GardensVoters previously in precinct 5101 who do not live in Westminster Gardens have been transferred to precinct 5105 and will vote at Sue H. McCollum Community Center, 501 Ingleside Ave. Voters who live in the Westminster Gardens community remain in precinct 5101 and continue to vote at Westminster Gardens.
Westminster OaksVoters previously in precinct 4155 who do not live in Westminster Oaks have been transferred to precinct 4152 and will vote at Grace Lutheran Church, 2919 Miccosukee Rd. Voters who live in the Westminster Oaks community remain in precinct 4155 and will continue to vote at Westminster Oaks.

Voters are also encouraged to take advance of Vote-by-Mail or Early Voting. Early Voting will be available from Aug. 3 to Aug.16 at 10 Early Voting locations in Leon County.

“I encourage all Leon County voters to request a Vote-by-Mail ballot,” said Supervisor Earley. “Voting by mail is a tried and true method of voting. It accomplishes the important goal of social distancing while voting. Importantly, if you request a mail ballot, you can still decide to vote in person. Think of a Vote-by-Mail ballot as voting insurance – it’s there in case you need it.”

Voters with questions are encouraged to contact the Supervisor of Elections Office by email at, or by phone at (850) 606-8683, Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm.