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VOTER INFORMATION

To vote in Florida, you must be a U.S. citizen, at least 18 years old on Election Day, and a resident of Florida. If you had a felony conviction, you can vote after you finish all parts of your sentence, including any probation, parole, or other conditions such as restitution. You can vote while under guardianship unless a judge has revoked your right to vote. The eligibility requirements to restore voting rights are found in the Florida Constitution and Florida Statutes. See specifically, section 4, Article VI, Fla. Const., and section 98.0751, Fla. Stat.

Florida voters can vote one of three convenient ways: Vote-by-mail upon request, vote during early voting, or vote on Election Day. Read below for more information about voting by mail.

Signature Update: Signatures do change over time due to age, illness or other reasons. If voting by mail or casting a provisional ballot at the polls, the signature on file at the time your vote by mail ballot is received or when you cast a provisional ballot, respectively, is the signature used to verify your signature on the ballot certificate. Additionally, your signature is used to verify a candidate or initiative petition you may sign. The signatures must match in order for the ballot or petition to count.  Signature updates can be made at any time. (F.S. 98.077) Please update your signature using a voter registration application (English/Español).

VOTER INFORMATION LOOKUP
PRECINCT & VOTER INFORMATION

Use the Voter Information Look-up to check your voter registration and party status.

It may take 1-2 business days (longer during book closing periods) for new registrations and updates entered into the Florida Voter Registration System to be available through the look-up.

If you cannot find your information, please contact your county Supervisor of Elections or call the Division of Elections’ Voter Assistance Hotline at  1.866.308.6739. 

Florida Relay Service (TDD or voice) is available to persons who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf/blind, or speech disabled. Dial 7-1-1. For more information visit the Florida Relay Service.

Find your precinct within your county by selecting your county HERE!

VOTE-BY-MAIL BALLOT INFORMATION AND STATUS LOOKUP

Select your county HERE to access ballot information and status:

VOTER REGISTRATION

Select your county HERE to access ballot information and status:

ONLINE VOTER REGISTRATION

Submit an online application for new registration or an update to your existing record

Accessible Voting for Persons with Disabilities

Information on voting for persons with disabilities

Early Voting and Drop Boxes

How to cast a ballot at an early voting location before election day

Military and Overseas Citizens Voting

Information for military and overseas voters

Election Day Voting

Information on how to vote at the polls on election day

 

Language Assistance for Voting

Information on language assistance and translation of election materials into Spanish

 

Vote-by-Mail

How to request and vote a vote-by-mail ballot

                                             

Every two years, a state Primary Election is held 11 weeks before the General Election. The Primary Election is for the purpose of nominating party nominees to be voted for in the General Election to fill a national, state, county, or district office. A General Election is held on the second Tuesday in November of every even-numbered year.

                                                                           

 

Deadline to Register (Book Closing)

Eligible individuals can register to vote at any time. The deadline to register in order to participate in an upcoming election is 29 days before the election. The registration deadlines for 2022 are:

                                                                                 

 

Vote-by-Mail Ballot 'Send' Deadline

State law requires Supervisors of Elections to send, within the following specified timeframes, to voters who already have requests on file.

 

For absent stateside and overseas uniformed service member and overseas civilian voters (also known as UOCAVA voters), Supervisors of Elections send the ballots no later than 45 days before an election. The send deadlines for 2022 are: 

                                                                           

 

For domestic voters, Supervisors of Elections send the ballots during a 7-day window which is between 40 and 33 days before an election. The send periods for 2022 are: 

                                                                   

 

Vote-by-Mail Ballot Request and Return Deadlines

The deadline to request that a vote-by-mail ballot be mailed is no later than 5:00 p.m. (local time) on the 10th day before the election. The deadlines for 2022 are: 

                                                                       

 

 A vote-by-mail ballot must be returned and received by the Supervisor of Elections in the county of registration no later than 7:00 p.m. (local time) on election day for the respective election in order to be counted.

 

*A 10-day extension exists only for overseas voters for the Presidential Preference Primary and General Election only.

VOTING DATES FOR 2022

Primary Election is August 23, 2022 
General Election is November 8, 2022

Primary Election is July 25
General Election is October 11, 2022

Primary Election is July 9, 2022
General Election is September 24, 2022

Primary Election is July 14 - 21
General Election is September 29th - October 6, 2022

Primary Election is August 13, 2022

General Election is October 29, 2022