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A Message from Alan Hays

Lake County's Supervisor of Elections

Tuesday, September 19 is National Voter Registration Day. This non-partisan civic holiday is a day of coordinated events to encourage Americans to get vote ready by registering to vote. Thousands of volunteers and organizations are working together to get communities ready to be at the polls for their next election.

No matter what party you support or what issues matter the most to you, this is a great opportunity to take that first step in exercising one of our most important civil rights as an American citizen--the right to vote. I want to encourage you to become civically engaged because your vote does matter.

If you are already a voter, take time to inspire others to register to vote by sharing why it's important to you. Help raise up the next generation of voters, your child, grandchild, niece, nephew, and even the neighborhood kid through role modeling and conversation. You won't regret sharing your election experiences.

Registering to vote has never been easier! Stop by our office at 1898 E. Burleigh Blvd., Tavares, register online at to vote, or attend a scheduled community outreach event.

Once you are registered to vote consider becoming an election worker. Learn more by selecting the Becoming an Election Worker tab at

I look forward to seeing you at one of our outreach events or at the polls at an upcoming election.

Thank you for the privilege of serving as your Supervisor of Elections.




Upcoming Important Dates

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Lake County Supervisor of Elections to Host Virtual & In-Person Election Worker Information Sessions

Tavares, FL - National Poll Worker Recruitment Day is Tuesday, September 1st and Lake County Supervisor of Elections, Alan Hays, is announcing a need for additional Election Workers to staff the polls during the November 3 General Election. Their office is hosting Election Worker Information Sessions in-person or virtually. Their website,, is the portal through which you may view the virtual session. The in-person sessions will be held on September 14th at 11:00 AM at the Supervisor of Elections office, 1898 E. Burleigh Blvd., Tavares, and on October 2nd at 2:00 PM in the Clermont Arts and Recreation Center on South US 27, Clermont.
“Becoming an election worker is a great way to get involved in the elections process, perform your civic duty, and earn a little cash,” commented Hays. There are over 100 precincts that must be staffed each election and we are continuously recruiting folks to serve. The link to the virtual session is Some of the basic eligibility requirements include: you must be registered to vote in Lake County, must be able to read, write, and speak English (if you are bilingual, that is a plus), and be prepared to work a fourteen hour day. “In order for the polls to be open and be ready to serve voters at 7:00 AM, we need our workers at the polling location by 6:00 AM,” Hays shared.
“We are fortunate to have many long-standing workers and appreciate their continued service. They did an excellent job serving voters in the Primary and we have every confidence that the General Election will run just as smoothly” Hays further elaborated. We are expecting increased voter turnout for the upcoming General Election and are ramping up our staffing to ensure our voters have a positive experience. We also have openings due to attrition and expanded polling locations as our county continues to grow. We also want to develop a strong reserve list if last-minute availability changes occur within our current team. For more information on becoming an Election Worker click the Election Worker tab on our home page at

Upcoming Events
«October 2023»
  • City of Tavares Roctoberfest

    City of Tavares Roctoberfest

    The Lake County Supervisor of Elections Office will be hosting an Outreach booth at Rocktoberfest on Saturday, October 14th from 11:00am-10:00pm in Wooten Park. Community members can stop by for a variety of voter services including registering to vote, renew for Vote-by-Mail, pick up the newest edition of the Voter Guide, get answers to elections related questions and more. We are looking forward to this incredible event and the opportunity to serve you!

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