At your assigned precinct, which is listed on your voter registration card. Or you can call the elections supervisor’s office or visit their website. In Miami-Dade, call 311 or click here. In Broward, call 954-357-7050 or click here (and then on “Precinct Finder”).
What if a poll worker says I can’t vote but I think I can?
You can cast a provisional ballot. Provisional ballots are given to voters whose eligibility cannot be determined. You will have two business days after the election to submit proof that you were eligible to vote. You can also check the status of your provisional ballot online here for Miami-Dade and here for Broward.
If I changed my address and didn’t notify the elections department, can I still vote?
Call before Election Day to update your address to avoid delays.
If you are registered to vote elsewhere in the same county, you should go to the polling place for your new address. Let the precinct clerk know about your change of address. The clerk will complete a form and verify that you are registered. Then, you can vote.
If you are registered to vote elsewhere in Florida, you should also go to the polling place for your new address and file a change of address, but you will be asked to vote using a provisional ballot.
Can someone go to the voting booth with me if I need help?
Yes, but ask a poll worker first because you and your assistant will each need to fill out a form. You can also ask poll workers for help.
What if I make a mistake on my ballot?
Return the page to a poll worker and request a new page.
Do I need to scan both sides of each page on the ballot?
Can I wear a campaign T-shirt to vote?
Voters wearing campaign gear may enter a polling place to vote, but they are asked not to speak about candidates or issues or solicit other voters while they are inside the polling place.
What if I’m still in line when the polls close?
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Voters in line by 7 p.m. will be allowed to vote.