about this state
Florida, Florida, Florida...where to begin. When it comes to elections, you've elected some real Florida Men™. We're looking at you, Ron DeSantis and Marco Rubio. But you have Disney World, so we'll call it even. Almost. Actually, not really. May the next headline be "Florida Man brings friends and family to polls". Florida will hold various local elections on March 8 and 22. The statewide primary is scheduled for August 23 and statewide general for November 8. (Source: Ballot Ready)BE A VOTER
Municipal Elections (some jurisdictions)
Municipal Elections Run-Off (where necessary)
Primary Registration Deadline
Primary Absentee Ballot Request Deadline
Primary Early Voting
Primary Absentee Ballot Return Deadline
How do I make sure I'm registered to vote?
Can I register the same day I want to vote?
Do I have to be registered as a Democrat or Republican to vote in my primary?
Can I vote by mail?
Can I vote early?
Do I need an ID?
what's new in florida voting
Here's what's new in Florida for the 2022 elections that you need to be aware of. Be thorough while filling out your mail ballot application, as Florida now requires an ID number, which can be either your Florida Driver's License number, identification number, or the last four digits of your Social Security Number. If you successfully submit an absentee ballot application, you'll receive a ballots for every election through the end of the year. The new law also adds more restrictions on drop box location and hours, so be sure to check on drop boxes in your community before you leave the house.
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