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 has not been convicted of a felony without having voting rights restored for. A person who is otherwise qualified may preregister on or after that person’s 16th birthday and may vote in any election occurring on or after that person’s 18th birthday. (§ 97.041, Fla. Stat.). Your local supervisor of elections will tell you how to register to vote. (§ 97.041, Fla. Stat.).
Persons wishing to register must take an oath and fill out the uniform voter registration application. (§§ 97.051, 97.052, 97.053, and 97.0535, Fla. Stat.) Each county in Florida has a Supervisor of Elections. (§98.015, Fla. Stats) Each local Supervisor of Elections is charged with entering new voter registrations into the statewide voter registration system. The public can locate information about local Supervisors of Elections at http://dos.elections.myflorida.com/supervisors/supervisor_elections.asp.