Voting FAQ

Voting Questions


Answers


Can I bring my marked sample ballot to the polls?

Yes, as long as you do not display it for others to see.


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Where do I go to vote?

Your polling location is listed on your voter I.D. card. You may also use the "Precinct Finder" on this website to learn more about your precinct.


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If I have moved, can I vote in my old precinct?

No, it is a 3rd degree felony to vote in a precinct where you do not reside. (FS. 101.045(1))


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Can I change my address at the polls?

Yes, if you are a registered voter in the State of Florida you can change your address at the voting precinct that corresponds to your legal residence address. For information on your correct voting location you may use the Precinct Finder option on our website.


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If I have moved and have not changed my address with the elections office, how do I know where my new polling place is?

You can call the Elections Office at (561) 656-6200 or check this website.


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What identification do I need on Election Day?

Current and valid identification bearing your photograph and signature. You may use either a piece of identification with both your photo and signature, or two forms of identification; one with your photo and another with your signature. However, if you do not have any identification, you may still vote by provisional ballot. The following forms of identification are acceptable by law:

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Is there a time limit in the voting booth?

No. But, you should come prepared by bringing your Sample Ballot so as to not inconvenience other voters.


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How can I get election results on Election Day?

Election results are not available until after the polls close at 7:00 p.m.  After 7:00 p.m. they are available from local TV and radio stations, as well as the elections office website and the Florida Division of Elections website.


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