Canvassing Board

About the Canvassing Board

The County Canvassing Board is made up of the Supervisor of Elections, a county court judge (who acts as chair), and a city council member. Two alternate members (a county court judge and a city council member) are also appointed. The County Canvassing Board meets at the Supervisor of Elections office to publicly canvass the elector's vote-by-mail ballots and provisional ballots. Public notice of the dates and times of all meetings will be posted on our website.

If any member of the County Canvassing Board is unable to serve, is a candidate who has opposition in the election being canvassed or is an active participant in the campaign or candidacy of any candidate who has opposition in the election being canvassed, such member will be replaced pursuant to Florida Statute 102.141.

2024 Canvassing Board Members

County Court Judge- Michael Bateh
Supervisor of Elections- Jerry Holland
City Council Member- Michael Boylan


County Court Judge- Robin Lanigan
City Council Member- Will Lahnen




Logic and Accuracy Testing of the Ballot Tabulating Equipment

The Public Logic and Accuracy Test of the Ballot Tabulating Equipment in Duval County for the PPP Election will be held on Friday, February 23, 2024


JACKSONVILLE – Duval County Supervisor of Elections Jerry Holland is inviting the public to attend the pre-election canvassing board meeting at 12:00 p.m. and the Public Logic and Accuracy (L&A) testing of our automated tabulating voting equipment at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, February 23, 2024.

This public pre-election test is required by Florida Statute 101.5612(2) ahead of the March 19th Presidential Preference Primary. The public test verifies that the tabulators will correctly count the votes cast.

The Public Logic and Accuracy test will be held inside the Duval County Elections Center at One Imeson Park Boulevard, Suite 100, Jacksonville, Florida 32218.

The Logic and Accuracy test is a random sample of one precinct tabulator performed from each of the 14 Jacksonville City Council Districts, one Early Voting site, and one of the four high-speed tabulators (DS950).

If you have questions about the Public Logic and Accuracy Test, please call the Duval County Elections Office at 904-255-VOTE (8683) or you can get answers on our website,