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LET'S TALK ABOUT

WHO'S WHAT'S ON THE BALLOT

Congratulations! You're one step closer to becoming civically engaged! Whether you're

a new voter, a new citizen, a returning citizen, or a seasoned balloter, you're in the right place. 

"A man without a vote is a man without protection."

- Lyndon B. Johnson

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I'm a New Voter

I'M A NEW VOTER

Voting allows you to influence policies that impact your life and community. By voting, you're holding officials accountable and driving change. Every vote helps create a more inclusive political system. Your voice matters—make it heard.

To Register to Vote, You Must:

  • Be a citizen of the United States of America;

  • Be a legal resident of Florida;

  • Be a legal resident of the county in which you seek to be registered;

  • Not be a person who has been adjudicated mentally incapacitated with respect to voting in Florida or any other state without having the right to vote restored and

  • Not be a person convicted of a felony without having your right to vote restored.

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I'M A NEW CITIZEN

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As a new citizen, you are vital to democracy. Your participation ensures diverse perspectives are represented, enhancing governance. Voting empowers individuals to influence policies that affect their lives and communities. By voting, you're holding officials accountable and driving meaningful change. Each vote strengthens an inclusive political system. Your voice matters—participate and make a difference.

To Register to Vote, You Must:

  • Be a citizen of the United States of America;

  • Be a legal resident of Florida;

  • Be a legal resident of the county in which you seek to be registered;

  • Not be a person who has been adjudicated mentally incapacitated with respect to voting in Florida or any other state without having the right to vote restored and

  • Not be a person convicted of a felony without having your right to vote restored.

Immigrant

I'M A RETURNING CITIZEN

As a returning citizen, you are essential to a healthy democracy. Your participation ensures a broader range of perspectives, enhancing representation and governance. Voting empowers you to influence policies impacting your life and community. By casting your ballot, you're holding elected officials accountable and contributing to meaningful change. Every vote strengthens the inclusivity of the political system. Your voice matters—participate and make a difference.

If You Have a Past Felony Conviction 2018’s Amendment 4 Gives You the Right to Vote as Long as:

  • You have completed all terms of your sentence including parole and probation.

  • You have paid the total amount of all fines, fees, court costs, and restitution ordered as part of the felony sentence.

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Amendment 4 re-enfranchisement does not apply to persons convicted of murder or felony sex offenses. CLICK HERE to see the list of excluded offenses.

Persons with these types of convictions must seek clemency from the governor to be able to vote again. CLICK HERE for more information on these requirements.

Returning Citizen

I've Voted Before

As a seasoned voter, you are crucial to democracy. Your renewed participation brings valuable perspectives, enhancing representation and governance. Voting empowers you to influence policies affecting your life and community. By returning to the polls, you're holding officials accountable and driving positive change. Each vote reinforces an inclusive political system. Your voice matters—reengage and make a difference.

Don't You Know Your Current Voter Status?

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If You Do Know Your Current Voter Status:

I've Voted Before
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