Choose how you want to vote:
You can vote early in Florida at least 10 days before an election. Specific dates and locations for early voting vary by county.
Vote by Mail
You can vote by mail with no excuse (as in, you don’t have to be an absentee voter to vote from the comfort of your home). Request vote-by-mail ballots from your local Supervisor of Elections.
It’s important to follow all instructions on a vote-by mail ballot to make sure it is counted. You can correct a missing or mismatched signature on your vote-by-mail ballot.
You can even track your vote-by-mail ballot after sending it.
Vote on Election Day
Your last chance to vote is at your polling place on Election Day. Find your precinct and polling place. Bring the right ID.
See more information on voting for people with disabilities, military and overseas voters, and non-English speakers from the Florida Division of Elections.
Having trouble on Election Day?
Call for help: 1-866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683)