REGISTERING TO VOTE ONLINE
As of Oct. 1, Florida residents can register to vote online.
RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov, the website for the online voter registration, is offered in English and Spanish.
To register online, you need a drivers license or state-issued ID because the signature is gathered electronically from the driver’s license. (If an applicant has neither, he or she can print out the application, sign it and mail it in.)
In addition to the basic information, the following information is needed to answer the questions on the form:
- Driver’s license number plus date license was issued.
- Last four digits of the applicant’s social security number.
- If the applicant does not have that information, the regular form must be used signed and
returned to the SOE office in person or by mail.
You can also use the form to update a change of address or a change in party affiliation.
ELECTION DATES IN 2018
Jan. 16, 2018: City of Fort Lauderdale primary election.
March 13, 2018: General election for municipal races, including Fort Lauderdale mayor and commission.
Aug. 28, 2018: Primary election. Nonpartisan races for school board and judges; Partisan races whenever there are two or more candidates in political party
Nov. 6, 2018: General election. Governor, Lt. Gov. and Cabinet, US Senator, all US House, All Florida House, half Florida Senate, half County Commission, most municipalities and special districts, and many amendments to charters and Florida constitution.
VOTERS’ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Section 101.031(2) of the Florida Statutes outlines a list of a voter’s responsibilities and rights under the law.
MAPS OF BROWARD VOTING DISTRICTS