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 residence and in which you are registered. If you move from the precinct in which you are registered, you may vote in the precinct to which you have moved your legal residence, if the change of residence is within the same county or the precinct to which you have moved your legal residence is within a county that uses an electronic database as a precinct register at the polling place, and you complete an affidavit.[1]

 

Typically, after you register to vote, you will be notified of your voting precinct.  Nevertheless, it is wise to check your local Supervisor of Elections’ website for your current precinct location before you go to your polling place on Election Day.

[1] § 101.045, Fla. Stat.