About This State
Florida, Florida, Florida...where to begin. When it comes to elections, you're kind of like what happens to our hair when we're in your state: entangled and uncontrollable. But you have Disney World, so we'll call it even. Let's put some product in the hair we call democracy and make sure we get things under control this year. May the next headline be "Florida Man brings friends and family to polls." Here's what you need to know.Register To Vote
Why Is This State Special
Florida sits on the knife’s edge of every election. In 2012, Obama carried the state by a fraction of a percentage point and Trump only won it by slightly more than one percentage point in 2016. In 2018, Florida’s gubernatorial and Senate races were decided by less than half a point. Florida is likely to be very close again, but registering new voters may be what makes the difference. This includes registering and providing correct information to more than 1 million formerly incarcerated people who recently regained the right to vote. Winning Florida will be tough, but it’s not impossible -- and with its 29 electoral votes, winning it would mean that Democrats would only need to flip one of our other five priority states to take back the White House on November 3.ROAD TO WIN
No excuse is needed to vote by mail in Florida. Some counties permit early voting until Nov. 1.
If you have any problem voting, or witness any voter suppression or intimidation, call: 1-833-868-3352
Road to Win
Electoral College Votes
Delegates for the DNC
MAKE A PLAN
Whether you’re voting by mail or in person, what’s important is making a plan to do it as early as possible.
Adopt Florida. Save America.
No matter where you live, you can directly support the work of organizers, volunteers, and candidates in Florida from today until Election Day.
Early Voting (Varies by county, some permit until Nov. 1)
How do I make sure I'm registered?
Can I register the same day I want to vote?
Can I still vote by mail?
How do I return my ballot and how do I make sure it’s counted?
Does my state require my ballot to be postmarked or delivered by Election Day?
What are my non-mail ballot return options?
Can I track my ballot?
What if I request a vote by mail ballot but I decide I want to vote in person instead?
What if I still haven't received my ballot?
Can I vote early in person?
What if I want to vote in-person on Election Day?
Do I need ID to vote in person?
How do I find out where I go to vote?
WHAT’S ON MY BALLOT?
Use our voter guide to see who and what will be on the ballot when you vote. States are finalizing who and what are on your ballot this year. You can use this tool to check and see if your ballot is available. Your full ballot will be available by October 8.
Do This Now!
Volunteer In Florida
Voters will show up on Election Day if you start showing up now! Find out the difference you could make right around the corner.
Adopt a State
The election will most likely come down to what these states' voters, and therefore their electors, do on November 3rd. Just because you don't live there (or better yet, if you do), you can have a huge impact on helping these voters make their decision and getting them to the polls on Election Day. All from the comfort of your own home. Adopt a state. Save America.
Voter Protection Volunteers: Florida Democratic Party
The Florida Democratic Party now has a statewide Voter Protection Department! Find out more if you are interested in being a part of the FDP's effort to protect voting rights for all Floridians.
If you run into any issues while voting, call 1-833-DEM-VOTE (1-833-336-8683), a voter hotline is monitored 24/7/365 with voting experts who are ready to field questions pertaining to felon disenfranchisement, voter purging, poll worker misconduct, voter machines, accessibility, and more.Learn More
Need to show Voter ID? Not sure what kind? Get the specifics in your state here.Learn More