You may complete the voter registration application and give it to the agency official.The agency will mail or have the application delivered to the Miami-Dade Elections Department. Box and other business addresses can be accepted as a mailing address only, and not as a residential address. Updating your DMV or Post Office records will NOT also update your voter registration.Quickly see your registration information on record with the Clark County Election Department by logging in to our Registered Voter Services and selecting View My Registration Information from the dropdown menu.A voter may receive a replacement Voter Information Card by providing a signed, written request with the name and date of birth to: Supervisor of Elections Attn: Registration Division PO BOX 521550MIAMI, FL 33152 Upon verification of registration, Miami-Dade County will issue the voter a duplicate card without charge; it should arrive within five days.Voters may receive a new Voter Information Card in the mail when: For inquiries regarding the restoration of civil rights, visit the Office of Executive Clemency for information and forms on the restoration of rights following a felony conviction or call 850-488-2952.Check voter registration status Review your voter information Register to vote Registering to vote is a right.
For more information, visit the Florida Division of Elections website.
Follow the instructions online, go to an official agency or have the Voter Registration Application , (in Spanish), (in Creole) mailed and postmarked by that date to be eligible.
A Voter Information Card includes all identifying information, as well as the precinct number, location, applicable voting districts, and other elections-related information.
Party changes can also be made by submitting a signed written notice that contains the date of birth.
A change to a voter's party affiliation must be made 29 days before an election, if the election is for the purpose of nominating a political party nominee.