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Legislative Getting Started

Polling Places

Florida has provided voters a few different ways to cast their ballot or vote in an election.

  • Polling Places
    • Each district is divided into precincts and each precinct has one polling place. It is usually a public place such as a school, community center, or government building that is easily accessible to citizens residing in the precinct. The polling place address is located on your Voter Information Card, or contact your local Supervisor of Elections office for more information.
  • Early Voting
    • Early voting is standardized throughout the State of Florida. It will begin 15 days before the election. Early voting will end on the 2nd day before the election.
  •  Absentee Ballot
    • A voter may request an absentee ballot from the Supervisor of Elections office in person, by mail or by telephone.

Not only can you vote at the polling place, this is also where you can hold or post support signs for your favorite candidate. There are rules and regulations concerning the distance from the door and the level of support around the polling place. It is always a good idea to check in with the poll workers to see what the regulations are and to let them know you will be there. These workers commit to protect the voter’s rights by taking an oath.