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Voter Registration

Florida's Online Voter Registration System allows eligible Florida residents to register or update an existing registration record electronically. To register to vote or update your voter registration information go to RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov.  Read the quick facts: English Quick Facts click here. Spanish Quick Facts click here.

State of Florida Voter Registration and Voting Guide

Miami-Dade County (MDC) Voter Information and Registration

MDC Voter Registration Applications:

MDC Voter Information Guides:

Polling Places   

Your voting location may have changed due to reprecincting. View your registration information and confirm your current Election Day voting location before heading to the polls.

Know where to vote. Visit Miami-Dade County precinct locator: MDC where to vote locator

Vote-by-Mail (formerly Absentee Voting)
Vote-by-Mail refers to voting received by mail or picked up by or for a voter who is unable or unwilling to go to the polls to vote during early voting or Election Day. To receive a Vote-by-Mail ballot, the voter or authorized person must contact his or her county Supervisor of Elections.

Any registered voter eligible to vote may request a Vote-by-Mail Ballot by email, fax, telephone or in writing.  In addition, you may present a picture identification with a signature in person at the Miami-Dade Elections Department or authorize a designee to pick up the ballot on the day prior to Election Day.

  • Online Request for Vote-by-Mail Ballot

  • Email Request: votebymail@miamidade.gov 

  • Fax Request: (305) 499-8401

  • Telephone Request for Vote-by-Mail: (305) 499-8444
    TTY Number: (305) 499-8480

  • In Writing Request for Vote-by-Mial (Mail):  
               Supervisor of Elections
               Attn: Vote-by-Mail Ballot Section
               P.O. Box 521250
               Miami, FL 33152

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Political Signage in your Neighborhood

The City of Miami Code and City Zoning Code,  and County Regulations and State Statutes control the size, placement and timely removal of political signs and advertising.

In particular:

  • No sign permit shall be required for political election Signs displayed on private property. Such political election Signs shall be permitted no earlier than three (3) months prior to the date of the election and removed within fifteen (15) days after the election. All such election Signs shall be subject to the following regulations:  

    In T5-L ,O T6-L, O, CI, CI-HD, D1, D2 and D3 transect Zones, Signs shall not exceed fifteen (15) square feet in aggregate of Sign surface Area; or

    In T3, T4, T5-R and T6-R Transect Zones, Signs shall not exceed four (4) square feet in aggregate of Sign surface Area.

     


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