Attention Naples Residents! The Vote-By-Mail ballots for the Presidential Primary are out, and this is your chance to shape the future of our beloved city. In the 2022 election, 5,652 ballots were sent out in the city, but this year, there’s been a 45% drop, with only 3,089 mailed last week.
Your Vote Matters – Request Your Vote-By-Mail Ballot Now!
Don’t let the opportunity slip away. If you prefer voting by mail, there’s still time! Due to the new rule, you must request a Vote-By-Mail ballot. Click here to secure your chance to influence the outcome.
Naples City Council – Your Decision Matters!
Whether you want to maintain the current direction or bring about change, your vote holds the power. Naples City Council plays a crucial role in our community, and your voice matters in selecting the Mayor and City Council members.
2024 Ballot Candidates:
Check out the list of candidates on the 2024 ballot here. Familiarize yourself with their visions for our city.
A Call for Change:
The community has raised an unprecedented amount of campaign funds for a slate of candidates. This funding included Gary Price for Mayor, and Berne Barton, William E. Kramer, and Tony Perez-Benitoa for City Council. That is a strong showing of many in the community wanting to make big changes in the way the city is currently operating. Whether you support their mission or have a different vision, now is the time to make your choice. This group aims to take out Current mayor Teresa L. Heitmann and current city councilor Edward (Ted) H. Blankenship who are both running for the mayor position. Obviously, there will be a change in Naples City Council as no incumbents are running to keep their seat.
Important Dates and How to Vote:
ALL Vote-by-Mail requests from 2022 have expired.
Voters can request, update and track their Vote-by-Mail ballot at www.CollierVotes.gov/RequestBallot.
The deadline for the Collier County Supervisor of Elections to receive a request to mail a Vote-by-Mail ballot is March 7, 2024. Any registered voter can vote by mail. Formerly known as “absentee voting,” voters no longer need an excuse to cast their ballot by mail. Voting by mail is an easy and convenient way to make your voice heard in the next election. Voters can request their Vote-by-Mail ballot online or by contacting the Supervisor of Elections office.
- Begins: Saturday, March 9, 2024 at 10:00 a.m.
- Ends: Saturday, March 16, 2024 at 6:00 p.m.
- Early voting: Locations and addresses can be found at Colliervotes.gov/Election-Info/Vote-Early.
- Early voting: Site within the City of Naples is the Norris Center located at 755 8th Ave S, Naples FL 34102.
What to Bring to The Voting Site
Florida Statute 101.043 requires a person to bring a photo and signature identification before a person can vote. The acceptable forms of identification are:
- Florida Driver License
- Florida ID Card (Issued by DHSMV)
- U.S. Passport
- Debit or Credit Card
If your photo ID does not include your signature, you will be asked to provide another ID that has your signature. If you do not bring your ID, you may still vote, however, you will be required to vote a provisional ballot, which will later be evaluated by a canvassing board for eligibility.
Let’s ensure Naples City reflects our collective aspirations. Your vote is not just a right; it’s a responsibility. Share this message, encourage your neighbors, and let’s make a difference in our community.