Mail-in ballots have been sent, and early voting begins on October 22nd. Now's the time to decide which candidates and issues you'll be voting for, if you haven't already.
There are 25 Democratic candidates that Miami-Dade residents can vote for, running for either a national or state level position. We encourage residents to follow and support these candidates in their races.
Save yourself some time by downloading and completing your personalized sample ballot beforehand. There are a lot of candidates and questions on the ballot. Fill out your printed sample ballot and bring it with you for easy reference. Early voting is available daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., from Monday, Oct. 22 through Sunday, Nov. 4. As long as you are registered to vote in Miami-Dade, you can vote at any one of the 28 voting locations throughout the county.
With 12 state constitutional amendments on the ballot along with other county referendum, we invite you to read our recommendations.
We will be updating this page with additional information, if you have anything you'd like to see included, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Other helpful links:
- Register to vote by mail. You never know what could come up on election day. If you choose to vote in person, just bring your mail-in ballot with you.
- Specific recommendations for residents in the city of Miami. We recommend voting NO on the referendums for strong mayor and development at Melreese Park
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