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Important Dates

Last Day to Register to Vote:

The deadline to register for an upcoming election is 29 days before that election. You can also update your registration record at any time.

Last Day to Request a Vote-By-Mail ballot:

The deadline to submit a request for a ballot to be mailed is 5 p.m. local time on the 12th day before an upcoming election. (Source: 2023 Florida Elections Law)

Vote By Mail Ballots Sent

Supervisors of Elections mail a vote-by-mail ballot to voters who have requested vote-by-mail ballots between the 40th and 33rd days before a presidential preference primary election, a primary election, and a general election. (Source: 2023 Florida Elections Law)

Early Voting Days

PRIMARY: August 13th – 20th

GENERAL:  October 29 – November 5


Each county Supervisor of Elections may offer more days of early voting from one or more of the following days:

PRIMARY: August 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 21

GENERAL: October 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, and November 6

(Check with your county Supervisor of Elections for additional days of early voting that may be offered in your county.)

Election Days

PRIMARY: August 23rd

GENERAL:  November 8th

Register to Vote

You can register to vote online.

Request to Vote By Mail

You can request a vote by mail ballot from your county Supervisor of Elections.

Use the link to find your county's Supervisor of Elections, and then enter your information to request a Vote-By-Mail ballot.

See Your Sample Ballot

Use the same voter information form for requesting Vote-By-Mail ballots to see your own sample ballot.

Use the link to find your county's Supervisor of Elections, and then enter your information to request your sample ballot.

Click Here to Find Your Supervisor of Elections

Update Your Voter Information Card

Your county Supervisor of Elections’ office will mail you a new or updated voter information card in July 2022 because of redistricting. Review the card to make sure all information is correct. Keep the card with you as the card lists important information about your registration record and where to vote. The card includes your party affiliation, assigned precinct and polling place, and your assigned district offices (local, state, and federal).
If any information is incorrect, or you need replace a lost card, call or email your county Supervisor of Elections.

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