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Are you registered to vote? State law requires citizens be registered to vote in Florida at least 29 days before an election. To register to vote, complete the online voter registration application, download a Florida Voter Registration Application, or pick up an application at your nearest Supervisor of Elections office.

  Have you confirmed your political party affiliation? IMPORTANT – If your political party shows “NPA” this means you are not affiliated with a political party. Florida is a closed primary state – only voters registered with a political party can vote in that party’s Primary Election. During a Primary Election, you will receive a ballot listing the candidates corresponding to the political party reflected on your voter information card. (This includes the Presidential Preference Primary). All voters can vote in nonpartisan races such as judicial, school board, municipal, and referenda. The deadline to change your political party is 29 days before each election.

Party change form in English | Party change form in Spanish

  Have you updated your signature? The signature from your Florida Voter Registration Application is used to verify your identity and eligibility to vote. If you haven’t updated your signature in more than five years, you are encouraged to do so. To update your signature, complete a new Florida Voter Registration Application or visit any Brevard County Supervisor of Elections office.

Need to request a Mail Ballot? All registered voters are eligible to vote by mail. Requests for ballots to be mailed must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on the 10th day before the election. You may return your ballot by mail, return it to any Early Voting site or to any of the four Supervisor of Elections administrative offices. (Voted mail ballots may not be returned to your polling location on Election Day.) Check the Track My Ballot feature on this website to track your ballot through the process and verify when it is has been received in my office.


Do you have a valid current photo and signature I.D.? Florida law allows for 12 acceptable forms of I.D. to vote. Bring your I.D. with you to the polls on Election Day or when Early Voting to avoid delays. If you do not have proper identification, Florida law allows you to vote a provisional ballot, which will be presented to the Canvassing Board for verification and determination of eligibility.


Have you viewed your sample ballot? Be Election Ready by viewing your precinct-specific sample ballot.


Are you Voting Early? Check our Early Voting days, hours, and locations for upcoming elections.

  Do you know the location of your polling place? Your polling place can be found on your voter information card and/or Sample Ballot. You may also use the Find Your Precinct tool to confirm your polling place. If you have moved, please contact my office to update your new address. Florida law requires you to vote in the precinct where you legally reside.

Did you request a mail ballot but now want to vote at your polling location? Bringing your mail ballot with you will expedite your check in at the polls. The poll worker will cancel your mail ballot and issue you a precinct ballot to vote. (You may not vote a mail ballot at your polling location.) If you do not bring your mail ballot to cancel, the poll worker will first confirm that your mail ballot has not been returned to the Supervisor of Elections office.


Do you need assistance voting? You may either bring someone or poll workers are available to assist you at your polling location. If you have questions, please call 321-290-VOTE (8683).


Do you need to use ADA-accessible voting equipment? The AutoMark ballot marking device is available for voters with disabilities or special needs and features the following: an audio headset, zoom in/zoom out, background contrast, touch screen, braille keypad, two-switch paddle, and sip-and-puff accessories.


Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day. Be sure to allow enough time to arrive before the polls close. All voters in line to vote by 7:00 p.m. are permitted to cast their ballot.

  Do you know where to find election results? Look for an “Election Results” image on the home page of this website to view real-time results on election night.

Questions? Call 321-290-VOTE (8683) or email SOE@VoteBrevard.gov