What is different about this year's elections?  Why is voter education, engagement, and participation more important in this election cycle than ever? Raechel Garafalo, LWVSPA Voter Service Chair, explains the stakes. Click here.


March 15th Election

Official Result from Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections 

August 30th Voter Links

Register to Vote by Aug 1st
Early Voting (Aug 20-28) 
Request mail ballot by 8/24 5 pm
August 30th Primary Updates
Q&As: #BeReadyToVote #VamosaVotar

Election Archives

Welcome to the
Pinellas County
Voters Guide

Navigate through the scroll bar, clicking on any office to find candidate lists, biographical information, and survey responses.  Or, navigate a comprehensive list of Primary candidates here.

Be an informed citizen!  

Be ready to vote!

Pinellas County Primary Election

August 30, 2016

August 1st: Deadline to register to vote in August 30th Primary Election.

August 24th: Deadline is 5 pm for Supervisor of Elections to receive your mail ballot request  A mail ballot is the same as an absentee ballot; however, voters do not need to be absent to vote by mail.

August 20-28th: Early Voting will be available at three Supervisor of Elections Offices. Read more...

Voter Registration, Candidate Races and Forums

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.  Read more...

The League also conducts candidate forums prior to each election.  Contact us at for more information about requesting this service or hosting a forum.




The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan national organization whose purpose is to promote informed, active participation in government, increase understanding of public policy issues and influence public policy through education and advocacy.