State law (section 101.043, Florida Statutes) requires a person to bring photo and signature identification before a person can vote.
The acceptable forms of identification are:
The voter identification cards voters received in the mail from the Elections office are not approved ID and are not necessary at the polls.
However, if a person does not bring an acceptable form of identification, the person can still vote a provisional ballot. A person who votes a provisional ballot will be given written notice of his or her rights as a provisional ballot voter.