Where Can You Find Information on Early Voting Dates in Florida?


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Find early voting information through the Florida Division of Elections. According to its webpage, early voting for state or federal elections must begin 10 days before the official election date and end three days before the official election date.

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Furthermore, at the discretion of the Supervisor of Elections, early voting may be extended to occur as early as the 15th and as late as the second day before a federal or state election. Early voting must occur for at least eight but no more than 12 hours each day it is offered. Early voting locations and times are not determined until 30 days before elections, at which point the Florida Division of Elections' webpage and telephone hotline provides this information. For local and municipal elections, early voting dates and times can be found through the local county Supervisor of Elections.

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