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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
*Florida is moving forward with its presidential primary election on March 17*
1. IF VOTE BY MAIL:
-You can no longer mail in a ballot, but you may PICK UP a vote-by-mail ballot from Supervisor of Elections offices.
-You ballot must be dropped off by 7pm ET on March 17.
2. IF VOTE IN PERSON: Vote at your polling location in off-peak hours to avoid crowds. Wash your hands, do not touch your face, and keep 6 to 10 feet away from the next person.
Road to Win
electoral college votes
delegates for the dnc
Early Voting (Primary)
Presidential Primary Election
State Primary Election
General Election Registration Deadline
Early Voting (General)
How do I register to vote?
Can I register at the voting booth?
Can I vote without leaving my house?
Can I vote early? (Primary)
Do I need an ID?
Find Out Where To Vote
Make your plan to vote! If you're voting in person, double check where you need to go to do it.
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.
Leave It All On the Field
To win in 2020, we need to organize volunteers, get out into communities across the country, and talk to voters about the future they want to see. We have to be in the field! And we need to start yesterday. Fortunately, there are groups on the ground who have been doing all of this, but they need our help to do everything they need to do. That’s why we’ve launched the Leave It All On the Field Fund—to support groups who are building their 2020 ground game right now.