Webpage last updated: May 25, 2022
Florida voters can vote one of three convenient ways: Vote-by-mail upon request, vote during early voting, or vote on Election Day. Read below for more information about voting by mail.
Signature Update: Signatures do change over time due to age, illness or other reasons. Your signature on your voter record is used to verify your signature on a certificate for a vote-by-mail ballot or provisional ballot, a candidate petition, an issue petition or any signed writing requesting a ballot or making another change. The signatures must match in order for the ballot or petition to count or other change to be made. Signature updates can be made at any time. (F.S. 98.077) Please update your signature using a voter registration application (English/Español).
Accessible Voting for Persons with Disabilities
Information on voting for persons with disabilities
Early Voting and Secure Ballot Intake Stations
Information on how to cast a ballot at an early voting location before election day or drop off a voted vote-by-mail ballot at a secure ballot intake station
Election Day Voting
Information on how to vote at the polls on election day
Language Assistance for Voting
Information on language assistance and translation of election materials into Spanish
Military and Overseas Citizens Voting
Information for military and overseas voters
How to request and vote a vote-by-mail ballot