Early Voting is a 13 day voting period that occurs beginning 15 days prior to an election and ending 3 days prior to that election.
Early Voting is not held at your polling place. Do not go to your polling place to vote early.
Go to one of the Early Vote Locations to vote early.
Click here to view Early Voting Locations
Early Voting for the 2022 Elections
Primary Election: August 13th - August 20th
General Election: October 26th - November 5th
When you go to vote early, you need to bring your photo and signature identification with you.
Florida law requires two forms of identification at the polls. In order to vote you must present both signature and photo identification.
It can be one form of identification, such as a Florida driver license, or two separate forms of identification. For example, you may have
a membership card with your photograph on it but not your signature. You would then need to present a second form of identification with
your signature on it. F.S. 101.043
Examples of Picture Identification:
JULY 25, 2022 - BOOK CLOSING FOR PRIMARY ELECTION
AUGUST 23, 2022 - PRIMARY ELECTION
OCTOBER 11, 2022 - BOOK CLOSING FOR GENERAL ELECTION
NOVEMBER 8, 2022 - GENERAL ELECTION
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