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September 2021
From Supervisor Baird
Active Registered Voters as of 9/03/2021
Republicans: 60,674 Democrats: 27,607 Others: 29,684 Total: 117,965
There is an alarming sound throughout our country concerning election security. We are continuing to secure elections in Citrus County. Please click on the links for more information.
  • Encourage anyone with questions to contact the Election's office directly
  • Share only verified, accurate information on social media
Election laws are in place to secure your vote from the time a ballot is requested through the archiving process.
Your Signature is Important
Your handwriting may change over time. It's important to update your signature periodically. We use the signature on file to verify your identity on petitions and vote by mail ballots. You must complete a Voter Registration Application
to update your signature. Click on 'Register to Vote Florida' above.

Upcoming Voter Outreach Events
Citrus County Libraries
Visit us at the following locations
Citrus Spring Library
September 2 - 10am-Noon
Coastal Region Library
September 7- 10am-Noon
Lakes Region Library
September 14 -10am-Noon
Floral City Library
September 16 -10am-Noon
Homosassa Library
September 20 - 10am-Noon
Central Ridge Library
September 23 - 10am-Noon
Community Outreach Events
Chamber Business Expo
September 8 - 9am-1pm
Scarecrow Festival
October 9 - 10am-5pm
The Census Bureau results of the 2020 population count for Citrus County is 153,843. In 2010 the population was 141,236, which is an increase of almost 9%.
Florida gained one new U.S. House seat after a 14.6% population gain from 2010 to 2020. The state's estimated population is now 21,538,187 as of April 1, 2020.
The census data will inform how state legislatures and local governments across the country will draw their legislative boundaries. States may use this data in redrawing congressional, legislative, and local district boundaries.
The Supervisor of Elections office has a volunteer opportunity for you. Volunteering is a rewarding way to help support your local elections office and the electoral process. Volunteers can help in a variety of ways. Click below Volunteer Application.
The Supervisor of Elections held the first election worker orientation classes for voters interested in working the 2022 elections. Attendees were introduced to the various positions available. Their interest in being part of the the election process is welcomed and appreciated. We employ approximately 400 election workers during each election. It's a great opportunity to serve your community, learn the process, have fun, meet new people, and get paid! If you're interested, please contact our office @ 352-564-7120 or visit our website
Citrus County Supervisor of Elections
1500 N Meadowcrest Blvd. Crystal River, FL 34429
Mailing Address: PO Box 1870 Lecanto, FL 34460
(352) 564-7120 or (800) 655-6645