Who Can Register To Vote?

Generally, you may become a registered voter in Florida if you 1) are at least 18 years old, 2) are a citizen of the United States, 3) are a legal resident of Florida, 4) are a legal resident of the county in which you seek to register, and 5) you register pursuant to the Florida…

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How Can You Register to Vote?

You may register to vote the following ways: Register through the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DMV) when visiting a DMV for services provided by that department;[1] Apply through voter registration agencies (offices that provide public assistance, offices that provide state funded programs for persons with disabilities, Armed Forces Recruitment Offices, the Center…

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Is There a Deadline to Register to Vote?

With limited exceptions for the military, you must register to vote at least twenty-nine (29) days before Election Day.[1] You may update your name, address, and signature for the purposes of an upcoming election during this twenty-nine day period for closing the registration books.[2] [1] §§97.055 and 97.0555, Fla. Stat. [2] §97.055, Fla. Stat.  

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Where Will You Vote on Election Day?

Each county in Florida is divided into numbered voting precincts.  You will be assigned a polling place within your precinct where you will go to vote. Your voting precinct can change depending upon the address of your legal residence. On Election Day, you are supposed to vote in the precinct where you have your legal…

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Do You Need Identification to Vote?

At the polls, you will be asked to provide a current and valid picture identification. 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 identification,…

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