Do you know how to return your mail-in ballot? Do you know the early voting days/times/locations in your county? Do you know where your polling place is? We’re here to help you navigate all of it!
Important Dates and Deadlines
Election Days, Voter Registration Deadlines, Vote-by-Mail Ballot Dates, and Early Voting Dates: https://calltoactionpac.org/voting-dates-and-deadlines/
Amendments on the Ballot
Early Voting Dates/Hours/Locations
Please select your county below to view early voting dates, hours and locations. Remember, you can take your vote-by-mail ballot to a secure drop box at any of these locations!
Vote-By-Mail General Information
It is now too late to request a vote-by-mail ballot. If you did request one and haven’t received it, click here to track your ballot! Or, go to any early voting site in your county and explain to them you never received your ballot. Take a photo ID. You will be able to vote in person!
If you do have a ballot and haven’t returned it yet, drop it off this week at an Early Voting site (don’t rely on the postal service!). Select your county below to find an early voting dropbox near you.
We also recommend that if you are using a vote-by-mail ballot, that you drop it off at a secure drop box at any of the early voting sites in your county. Your ballot must be received by your county Supervisor of Elections no later than 7 p.m. on Election Day in order to be counted.
Fact vs Fiction about Vote-By-Mail: https://calltoactionpac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Vote-By-Mail-Myths-vs-Facts.pdf
Find Your Polling Place
You can find your polling place on your specific county page. Select your county below.
Check Your Voting Status
Check Your Registration Status:
Check your Vote By Mail Status:
Step 2: Click “Ballot and Precinct Information”
In the Ballot and Precinct section, you can also find your polling location and see the format of your vote-by-mail ballot (may not be available until closer to Election Day).
Don’t Know Your County?
If you know your city, you can find your county here: https://dos.elections.myflorida.com/supervisors/
Get Paid To Be a Poll Worker
COVID-19 isn’t going away; in fact in many parts of Florida it’s getting worse. Our elderly population is most vulnerable to COVID, but they are also the ones who regularly volunteer as Election Day poll workers.
If you’re young and healthy, we strongly urge you to volunteer this year as a poll worker and take the pressure off those most at risk in this pandemic. You’ll be paid for training and for the day you work.
Select your county below for information on being a paid poll worker.
Select Your County. Vote Early. Defeat Trump.
Click on your county below to find: the Supervisor of Elections, address, phone/fax numbers, email address, website, your poll location, early voting information, and a vote-by-mail ballot request.