There can be a lot of questions around voting this election. Be sure to check out other pages on this site for in-depth details about these topics:
- Get access to general voter resources >>
- How to Vote By Mail and what to do if you don’t mail your ballot in time >>
- Get to know the Democratic Candidates we endorse up and down the ballot >>
- Understand the Amendments and Ballot questions you will vote on >>
Didn’t find the answer you needed on our other pages? Here are other commonly asked questions.
Is it too late to Register to Vote?
October 11th is the last day to register for the general election.
I may already be registered but I don‘t know. How do I know if I’m registered to vote?
You can check your registration status, party affiliation and more here.
Can you register to vote online?
Yes, you can register to vote online in Florida here.
You will need you Florida drivers license or Florida ID, the issue date and the last 4 digits of your social security number. The deadline to register for an upcoming election is 29 days before that election.
I was previously convicted of a felony. Can I register to vote?
Yes. Amendment 4 was recently passed thanks in large part to the Florida Democratic party. It restored voting rights for former felons after they have served out the terms of their sentence, excluding those convicted of murder or sexual offenses.
Do I need to re-register if I’ve moved?
Yes, if you move, change your name or want to change your party affiliation you must re-register. You can do that online here.
Do I need to be a U.S. citizen to register to vote?
Yes. You must be a naturally born or fully naturalized U.S. citizen to register to vote.