Florida Statute 101.572(2)
A candidate, a political party official, or a political committee official, or an authorized designee thereof, shall be granted reasonable access upon request to review or inspect ballot materials before canvassing or tabulation, including voter certificates on vote-by-mail envelopes, cure affidavits, corresponding comparison signatures, duplicate ballots, and corresponding originals. Before the supervisor begins comparing signatures on vote-by-mail voter certificates, the supervisor must publish notice of the access to be provided under this section, which may be access to the documents or images thereof, and the method of requesting such access. During such review, no person granted access for review may make any copy of a signature.
You must complete the affidavit for the "Inspection of Ballots Reasonable Access." Select one of the following links for the affidavit: Inspection of Ballots-Reasonable Access Affidavit (English) or Inspection of Ballots-Reasonable Access Affidavit (Spanish)
- You must print out the affidavit and bring it with you to your appointment.
- You will forfeit your appointment if you arrive more than (15) minutes after your designated time.
- You are limited to no more than 2 appointments per day.
To schedule your Reasonable Access Appointment select the following link: Reasonable Access Appointments