It’s finally here. The early voting period for Florida’s 2018 General Election begins this week. By law, every county must open early voting sites by October 27, but some counties can choose to start as early as Monday, October 22.
Now is the time to make your plan to vote. When are you going to go? Who are you bringing with you? Are you going for ice cream or coffee afterwards? What shirt are you going to wear in the selfie you take with your “I Voted” sticker? Talk to your friends and family and make your plan now.
To find the early voting location nearest you, please click your home county below. Then, share this page on Facebook and Twitter to inform as many registered voters as you can. Together, we’ll make this the highest turnout non-Presidential election in Florida’s history.
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Please note: Due to the devastating effects of Hurricane Michael, those counties marked with an asterisk(*) have been given the discretion to alter their early voting times. Please visit the appropriate county’s Supervisor of Elections website for the most current information.
At your early voting location, you will be asked to provide a valid photo ID. If you have questions about valid ID’s or need help obtaining an ID to vote, please call VoteRiders at 844-338-8743.
Thank you to our friends at Progress Florida Education Institute for putting together the early voting location map.
See you at the polls!