Last Chance to Register to Vote Before Presidential Election

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Common Cause Florida urges voters to register to vote before today’s deadline. Any eligible voters who are confused by registration or turned away are urged to call a nonpartisan Election Protection hotline for assistance.

Florida accepts new and updated voter registration by Monday, October 5. Eligible voters can register or update their registration multiple ways: in person at their County Supervisor of Elections office, online at the Florida Department of State website (with a FL driver license or FL ID card) or by mail if the application is postmarked by October 5.  Federal and state law have designated government agencies to serve as voter registration agencies.  These include offices that provide public assistance, offices that provide state funded programs for persons with disabilities, Armed Forces Recruitment Offices, Centers for Independent Living and Public Libraries.

Florida Voter Registration Deadlines

Online: Oct. 5 by Midnight
Register at:
By mail: Postmarked by Oct. 5
In person: Oct. 5
Contact your local Supervisor of Elections for in-person hours.

Election Protection Coalition Hotlines

English: 866-OUR-VOTE
Spanish/English: 888-VE-Y-VOTA
Arabic/English: 844-YALLA-US
Asian Languages/English: 888-API-VOTE
Disabled Florida Resident: 800-342-0823
Florida Rights Restoration Coalition for Returning Citizens: 877-MY-VOTE-0 (877-698-6830)

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