Important Upcoming Fall 2018 Election Timeframes:
New Florida voters must be registered at least 29 days before an election.
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If you are a registered Florida voter, you can use the county links below to access your county's Board/Supervisor of Elections to find your voter precinct information, information on your local ballot, and much more!
Upcoming Gubernatorial and Senate Debate Information
Candidate Debate Information
October 23rd at 7pm- Florida Senate General Election Debate, hosted by the Florida Press Association
October 24th at 7pm- Florida Gubernatorial General Election Debate, hosted by the Florida Press Association
Debates will be carried on WPBF-TV Ch. 25 (ABC) in Palm Beach, Martin, and St. Lucie Counties; and WFOR-TV Ch. 4 (CBS) in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties.
Additionally, please click here to access the Florida Gubernatorial Candidate Guide published by the Campus Election Engagement Project.
State of Florida Online Voter Registration
Effective October 1, 2017 the State of Florida now offers online voter registration. The Florida Department of State launched Register to Vote Florida or ( El sitio web del sistema de solicitud de inscripción como votante de Florida ) as a portal for residents "to register to vote, update their current registrations or fill out and print registration forms to turn in at a local supervisor of elections office". To read the complete article on the new online voter registration process in Florida, please see this link from the Orlando Sentinel.
For more information on county-specific election information, as well as local elections and relevant ballot measures, please click the links below to access each Florida county's Board of Elections:
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View a larger version of 2016 Voter Information Map.