Here are three ways that make registration as painless as possible.
Florida residents may update their voter information OR register to vote online by following the RegistertoVoteFlorida.gov link HERE.
If you prefer to stay away from crowds you can register to vote online, rather than in person, in 39 states [plus the District of Columbia]. In order to find out if your state allows online registration in your state please follow the link HERE.
Florida residents may find their election office by using the link located HERE.
From there, you’ll have to make sure you’re sending your mail to the proper elections office in your stateby using THIS link to make sure you find your states Elections Office!
If you’re aware of your state’s early voter and voter registration deadlines and like sending snail mail, you’ll need to download the National Mail Voter Registration Form from the U.S. Election Assistance Commission and be sure to select your Language and State.
The last day to register to vote in the 2020 General Election!
The General Election ballot will list the candidates for the Presidency and the winning candidates of the August Primary Election. During this election, voters will have the opportunity to vote for a candidate regardless of their party affiliation.
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MON | October 19th – SUN | November 1st
7am until 7pm
DEADLINE: Tuesday | November 3rd
Make sure you give yourself enough time to get to your local polling station!
Tuesday | November 3rd
7am – 7pm
Dates and times are subject to change and will be updated no later than [NLT] 30 days prior to the Early Voting Period.
The following businesses and organizations helped make this possible.
The Box Gallery, COMPASS Community Center, Penny’s at the Duke, Speaking Up for America, The Mad Hatter, LGBTQ+ Democratic Caucus of Palm Beach County [Rusty Gordon], The Haus Lounge, Sheers, Rhythm Cafe, the Palm Beach County Human Rights Council, and RoostersWPB.com!
Come and have a good time with us tonight.