Generally, any person who is 1) at least 18 years old, 2) a citizen of the United States, and 3) a legal resident of Florida may register to vote in the county where that person is a legal resident, so long as the person has not been adjudicated mentally incapacitated with respect to voting nor…Details
Yes, assuming you are already registered, you may make a request in person or in writing to the Supervisor of Election to provide you with a Vote-by-Mail (formerly absentee) ballot. (§ 101.62, Fla. Stats.) “Vote-by-Mail” refers to voting a ballot received by mail or picked up by or for a voter who is unable or…Details
A voting precinct is a place close to the area in which you live where you will go to vote. There are usually multiple voting precincts within a county and your precinct’s location can change depending upon your address. On election day, you are supposed to vote in the election precinct where you have your…Details
At the polls, you will be asked to provide a current and valid picture identification with signature. Approved forms of picture identification are: Florida driver’s license, Florida identification card issued by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, United States passport, debit or credit card, military identification, student identification, retirement center identification, neighborhood association…Details
With limited exceptions for the military, you must register to vote at least twenty-nine (29) days before Election Day. (§§97.055 and 97.0555, Fla. Stat.). Remember, Florida is a closed primary state. If you wish to vote in a partisan primary election, you must be a registered voter in the party for which the primary is being held. All registered…Details
Polls are open from 7:00 am until 7:00 pm on Election Day. Any voter who is standing in line at 7:00 p.m. is eligible to cast a vote. (§101.031, Fla. Stat.).