Election Information

Deadlines, locations & details about voting 2024

County Supervisor of Elections Websites

Supervisor of Elections websites are the central hub for all voting information.

Miami-Dade County - Supervisor of Elections, Christina White
Miami-Dade County General Contact Information:
Phone: 305-499-8683 Social Media: @MDCelections
Main Office:

2700 NW 87 Avenue, Miami, FL 33172

Miami-Dade County Complete Voter Registration Guide

Broward County - Supervisor of Elections, Joe Scott
Broward County General Contact Information:
Phone: 954-357-VOTE (8683) Email: elections@browardvotes.gov
Main Office :
Broward County Governmental Center
115 S. Andrews Ave. Room #102
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

Check the Supervisor of Elections websites to:

  • Verify your Voter Registration Information
  • Request a Vote-by-Mail Ballot
  • Check your Precinct & Polling Place
  • Get a Sample Ballot, personalized for your precinct
  • Find Early Voting Dates, Locations & Hours
  • Volunteer to be a Poll-Worker

Important Dates & Deadlines

• Three Ways to Vote
• Vote-By-Mail
• Early Voting
• Election Day

Ways to Register:

* Register to Vote Online (you must have a Florida Driver’s License or State I.D. to use this tool)

  • * Register at the Miami-Dade County Supervisor of Elections Office: 2700 NW 87 Avenue, Doral, FL. 33172

* Register by Mail in Miami Dade County

  • Download the Voter Registration Application and Mail it to: Supervisor of Elections P.O. Box 521550, Miami, FL 33152
  • * Register at the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office
  • * Register at any Miami-Dade County Library

Miami-Dade County Library Locations and Hours

* Register at any Department of Motor Vehicles Location Statewide

* You can apply for voter registration while doing your driver license business! A driver license examiner will ask you if you would like to apply for voter registration, change your address or party affiliation and provide you with an application of voter registration or changes at the time you receive your license. Your voter registration application is then forwarded to your local county supervisor of elections office. Your official registration card will be mailed later from your local supervisor of elections office.

Or, apply for voter registration or change your voter registration address on-line at the Florida Division of Elections website.

Voter Registration Concerns/Problems? – If you have questions, concerns or inquiries, please contact your local county supervisor of elections.

Note: You cannot apply for voter registration unless you are a U.S. citizen. A lawful permanent resident, alien non-resident or other non-immigrant is not a U.S. citizen for purposes of voter registration.

• Register to Vote Deadline: July 22nd for the Primary Election
• You can register to vote online, in-person, or by mail
• July 22 is the last day to register to vote in the Primary Election
• July 22 is the last day to change your party affiliation for the Primary Election
• Track the status of your ballot on our website miamidade.gov/elections
• Vote-by-Mail (VBM) request deadline: August 8
• Track the status of your ballot on our website miamidade.gov/elections
• Submit a request online, in writing, in-person, or by phone
• Return your signed ballot asap by mail or in-person


*** NOTE:

Even if you registered to Vote-By-Mail in 2022, you MUST RE-REGISTER for this year’s election. The deadline to request a Vote-By-Mail Ballot for the Primary Election is August 8th, 2024.

Miami-Dade County Vote-by-Mail Guidelines & Instructions for Returning Vote-by Mail Ballots

*Miami-Dade County Vote-by-Mail Ballot Request Form

By Mail to:

  • Supervisor of Elections ,P.O. Box 521650, Miami, Florida 33152 Must be received by 7pm Election Day

In Person at:

  • The Miami-Dade Elections Department located at 2700 NW 87th Avenue, Miami, FL 33172;
  • Stephen P. Clark Center, Elections Branch Office, 111 NW 1st Street, Lobby, Miami, FL 33128;

Weekdays between 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and no later than 7:00 p.m. on Election Day

During Early Voting:

Broward County Vote-by-Mail Guidelines & Vote-by-Mail Request Form

• In-Person Early Voting:
Miami-Dade County: August 5 – August 18
Broward County: August 10 - August 18
• Vote at any Early Voting site during Early Voting
• Live wait-times available on our website
• All Early Voting sites have Vote-by-Mail secure ballot intake stations (drop boxes) available on-site

Miami-Dade County Early Voting Locations

Broward County Early Voting Locations

• Vote on Election Day: August 20
• Polls open 7am-7pm
• You must vote at your assigned precinct
• You must bring a valid picture-ID to vote
• You can not drop off your Vote-by-Mail ballot at your precinct on Election Day
• On Election Day, your only option to vote is at your assigned precinct

Redistricting - How will redistricting affect your Voting Precinct & Voting Location?

  1. Miami-Dade County Redistricting Information
  2. Broward County Redistricting Polling Place Search by Address
  3. Broward Polling Place Relocations
  4. Broward Polling Places by Precinct
  5. Broward Supervisor of Elections, Joe Scott, explains Redistricting

Florida Constitutional Amendments:

There will be 6 Amendments on the November 5th General Election Ballot.

Here’s a look at each Amendment with an explanation of what will happen if it passes. Constitutional Amendments require a super-majority of 60% to pass.

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