In Florida, elections are overseen by the Florida Division of Elections.
Check your Voter Registration status and find your Polling Place:
Registering to vote in Florida:
Registration form must be received at least 29 days prior to election.
Register online at RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov, by mail or in person. Registration forms are available at many state offices including county election offices, DMVs, libraries, state permit offices, and more. The form is also available online as a PDF: English/Spanish.
Closed Primary, meaning you must belong to a political party to vote in their primary.
Ways to Vote:
In Person on Election Day
Early (In-person early voting begins at least 10 days and ends 3 days before the election as long as it contains state or federal races. The Supervisor of Elections may elect to extend early voting for certain races. More information on locations and times here.)
By Mail (No excuse is required. Application and information available here.)
Absentee (For military or overseas voters only. Request a ballot by mail here.)
Know Before you Go:
Voter ID is required to vote.
ID's must have a picture and a signature. If your picture identification does not contain a signature, you will be asked to provide an additional identification with your signature.
Approved forms of ID include: Florida state ID, passport, military ID, student ID, retirement center ID, neighborhood association ID, debit or credit card; public assistance ID, veteran health ID from the VA, firearm license, government employee ID.
If you do not have ID with you, you may still cast a provisional ballot. You will not need to provide additional proof of identity, your signature will simply be compared to the that on the voter rolls.
If you are not listed in your local polling place's voter rolls, you may ask for a provisional ballot. You have the right to bring in proof of your eligibility up to two days after the election.
Polling Hours: 7:00am to 7:00pm.
Voter Hotline: (866) 308-6739