The next scheduled election is the August 30 Florida Primary, where voters in each of the political parties vote for their party’s nominee for congress, state senate, state house, as well as local offices. In order to vote in the Democratic Party primary, you must be registered to vote in the Democratic Party on or before August 1, 2016. Likewise, in order to vote in the Republican Party primary, you must be registered to vote in the Republican Party on or before August 1, 2016. All voters can participate in nonpartisan elections, such as judicial, school board and city elections.
The sample ballot for the August 30th Florida Primary election will be available online in July.
For information on voting by absentee ballot click here
For information on early voting click here
At the Polls
For information on voting at the polls from 7-7 on Election Day click here