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Early voting in Florida runs from at least October 29 to November 5, but may start earlier or end later in your county.
Anyone can vote by mail in Florida, no excuse needed. Request your mail ballot by October 29, either in person, in writing, or by phone.
You should mail back your completed ballot by November 1, one week before Election Day, or return it in person. For a list of ballot intake locations where you can return your ballot in person, check your county Supervisor of Elections website.
Your returned ballot must be received by 7:00 pm on Election Day, November 8.
Polls are open 7:00 am to 7:00 pm on Tuesday, November 8. Don’t forget your photo ID! To find your Election Day polling place, check your county Supervisor of Election’s website.
Update your voter registration, or register for the first time, by October 11.
To vote in Florida, you will be asked to present an accepted form of photo ID. If you don’t have identification, you’ll be asked to vote a provisional ballot instead.
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