First things first, make sure you're registered to vote at your current address. Go to www.registertovote.miami, sign up for a voting alert from us, and then you'll be redirected to the Florida Department of State website to register to vote.
Five reasons you should sign up to Vote-By-Mail, and how to ensure your vote counts.
No one should have to choose between protecting your health and exercising your right to vote. Go to www.votefromhome.miami, sign up for a ballot alert from us, and then you'll be redirected to the Supervisor of Elections site to sign up to receive your ballot at home.
Look up your voter info and check the status of your mail ballot. You can see the dates your ballot was mailed, received and counted. You can also look up your voting precinct with this tool.
This November, Miami-Dade has the chance to end the chaos of this presidency and vote in Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to the White House. It is just as important to vote in smart, qualified, empathetic Democrats to seats in Congress, the State Senate, State House, and County offices in Miami-Dade County, as well as municipal seats around the County. Are you election ready?
Read up on the 33 Early Voting Sites around Miami-Dade County available for the 2020 General Election. Early Voting is from Monday, October 19 through November 1. Early Voting sites are open from 7:00 a.m. - 7 p.m. each day.