To register to vote in Florida, you must:
You can apply to register to vote in any of the following ways:
It is a 3rd degree felony to submit false information. Maximum penalties are $5,000 and/or 5 years in prison.
If you are already registered to vote in Florida but you need to update any information on your voter registration record, you can submit a change using any of the options available under “How Can I Register to Vote?”. You can also call or email an address change to your county supervisor of elections.
For any other questions, call or email your county Supervisor of Elections.
When you register to vote or update your voter registration record (e.g., change to your address, name or political party), your Supervisor of Elections’ office will mail you a new or updated voter information card. Review the card to make sure all information is correct. Keep the card with you as the card lists important information about your registration record and where to vote. The card includes your party affiliation, assigned precinct and polling place, and your assigned district offices (local, state, and federal).
To replace a lost card, call or email your County Supervisor of Elections.
Note: The card cannot be used as a form of identification at the polls.
The deadline to register to vote for an upcoming election is 29 days before the election.
The deadline to submit a party change before a primary election is 29 days before that election.
For information on voter registration deadlines for upcoming elections, please visit our Election Dates webpage.