Supervisor of Elections Mark Anderson says he's trying to get the message out to voters about municipal elections. With every vote counting, registration is that first step prospective voters can take.
Panama City, Parker, Springfield, and Mexico Beach voters will all head to the polls in April.
But, Andersen wants them to start thinking about elections now.
"Don't assume that it wont be a close race for any of the races in any of the offices because when it comes down to that recount time and its one vote difference and you didn't go and vote yes, you can take that responsibility," said Andersen.
Parker, Springfield and Mexico Beach have two races each on the ballot. With the mayoral spot on the ballot in Parker and Springfield.
Mexico Beach has two city council spots up for grabs. And Panama City acts as the oddball this time around.
"Panama City is very specific," said Andersen. "They only have a Ward 4 and you must live within Ward 4 or you can not participate in that election.
"Ward 4 only has one voting site and that's at the West Side Men's Club on 23rd Street so there are particulars in Panama City that other cities do not have."
Although the voter drive ended at 1 o'clock on Friday, Andersen encourages those who have questions to seek answers and get registered as soon as possible.
"The election is right around the corner," said Andersen. "Monday is the end of voter registration and if you live within the city from that point on you can only update your address and other issues, but you need to at least be registered."
The deadline for registration is on Monday.