What is Early Voting
Early voting is a time period prior to Election Day, at locations designated by the Supervisor of Elections according to state law, where registered voters can vote their ballots.
During early voting, you must vote in your county; however, you are not required to vote in your precinct. It is ideal if you wish to vote closer to work or school, or if you are unavailable on Election Day.
For all Florida elections in which there is a state or federal office race, the Supervisor of Elections is required to conduct early voting.
Early Voting Location Information
Early Voting for the 2020 Presidential Preference Primary:
March 7-14 Polls will be open daily 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Click the early voting location to bring up a map.
To vote early, remember to take current photo and signature identification with you.
If a person does not bring an acceptable form of identification, they will have the option to 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.
For more information call us at (239) 252-VOTE.