We have several ballot styles in the upcoming General Election that are dependent upon whether you live in a special district, a municipality or a community development district. If you know the precinct you live in or you have your Voter Information Card, which will give you the precinct number on record with the Supervisor of Elections, you can look up the ballot style in the table below. Just click on the precinct link with the blue underline.
If you do not know your precinct, go to the menu item called "VOTER INFO", then scroll down the flyout menu to the bottom and click "Voter Lookup (County)". Complete the four questions; last name, birth date using the forward slashes, house number and the two word Captcha code. This will pull up your individual information and there will be a "Sample Ballot" link by the polling place photo that you can click to obtain your ballot.
The Official Ballot for the General Election is a one page, 17 inch ballot, printed on both sides. If you choose to print the sample ballot, remember that it will scale down to whatever size paper you have. We recommend legal, 14 inch paper. If you have any questions, please call the office at (863) 402-6655 and we will be happy to assist you.
Main Style Countywide
3, 5-15, 17-19, 20N & 21-25D
Avon Park City Limits
1 & 2
Not in Avon Park City Limits
4, 4D & 16
Avon Park City Limits and State Representative District 66
4A & 16A
Lake Placid Town Limits
13L, 17L, & 19L
Spring Lake Improvement District
Sun 'N Lake of Sebring Improvement District
4D & 25D Separate Additional Ballot
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Highlands County Supervisor of Elections
580 South Commerce Avenue, Room A201, Sebring, FL 33870
Phone (863) 402-6655* Fax (863) 402-6657*
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