How to Participate

Attend Democratic Events.  All Democrats are welcome to sit in on the meetings of the Democratic Executive Committee, although only members of the DEC may make or second motions, or vote.  Each precinct is allotted one male and one female representative.  We are seeking Democrats with a willingness to serve.  If you are interested in finding out what this entails, come to and observe the next meeting of the DEC, held 6 to 7 pm on the second Tuesday of each month.  



Next DEC meeting: Tuesday, Sept.13, at 6 PM, in the Community Room of the Jefferson County R.J. Bailar Public Library, 375 S. Water St., Monticello


See other upcoming events by clicking the "Events Calendar" tab near the top of the page.

General election Nov. 8, 2022, 7 AM-7 PM at your precinct polling place. Register by Oct 11

Early voting Oct 24-Nov 5 at the election office 1175 W. Washington St, Monticello, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Voting by Mail: Deadline for requesting a Vote By Mail ballot, ten days before the election, i.e. this year, Oct. 28. Phone request OK, 850-997-3348. VBM ballots go out for General Election, Sept 29-Oct 6, and thereafter as requests are received.  Mail ballots must be received by 7 PM at the election office, on election day, November 8.


We hope you have voted by mail for the primary election! 

To determine whether or not your mail ballot was counted, you can go to the Jefferson County Supervisor of Elections website.  To get there, click the "Access to Government" tab above.  Then click "Supervisor's Office."


When the SOE website comes up, "hover" your cursor over "Voter Information."  In the drop-down menu that appears, click "My Voter Information."  Scroll down to fill in the blanks with your name and birth date ( format dd/mm/yyyy), select the "I am not a robot" box, and click "Submit."  You'll then see information on your voter status and whether or not your mail ballot has been received and counted.


Our Democratic candidate Althera Johnson has some additional ideas for improvement, which we are  looking forward to!  

If you did not request a mail ballot for the primary, you can still request one for the Nov. 8 General Election.  Phone the Jefferson County Elections Office at 850-997-3348.  The deadline to request that a vote-by-mail ballot be mailed is no later than 5 p.m. on the 10th day before the election, so that will be from now until Friday, Oct. 28, between 8:30 AM and 4:30 PM. A Supervisor of Elections must mail the ballot out within 2 business days after a request. The last day for a Supervisor to be able to mail out a ballot is 8 days before the election.


Attend public meetings and participate in electoral activities of the Democratic Party in Jefferson County. 

Participate in Community Service.  The Democratic Executive Committee has adopted the following community service effort:


A College Scholarship for a Jefferson County student.  Click the link to the program description and application form below "Community Service" under the logo at the top of the page.  


Donate to support the activities of the Jefferson County Democratic Party. 

Vote for our Democratic candidates at the next opportunity.
In addition to email at, you may contact us by U.S. mail at:
Jefferson County Democratic Party
P.O. Box 1074
Monticello, FL 32345

See the Events Calendar for the next activity in support of the Democratic Party's Community Service efforts.