On Election Day, the polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Registered voters are required to vote at the assigned precinct of his/her legal residence. Visit this link to locate a precinct or call (239) 252-8450 for more information.
In accordance with Chapter 102.031(3), F.S., the only persons allowed inside the polling place during the voting hours include:
State law (§ 101.043, F.S) requires all persons appearing to vote in person to provide both a photo identification and signature identification. Appropriate identification will be a Florida driver license or other acceptable form of photo identification. If the elector has no photo identification on which his/her signature appears, the elector can provide an acceptable form of identification with signature.
Full list of accepted identification
Florida statutes §101.051 prohibits anyone from being with the elector when he/she casts their vote unless the elector has previously requested a need for assistance.
If not previously identified as requiring assistance, the elector must complete an affidavit before anyone will be permitted to accompany the elector into the voting booth.
If the elector does not bring a person to provide assistance, two Inspectors of different political affiliations must accompany the elector to the voting booth.
Florida is a CLOSED Primary State. When voting in a Primary Election, §101.021, F.S., requires electors to vote in the party with which the elector is registered when the registration books closed for that election.