Three things you need to know to vote today

By Mark Ferrulo - August 18, 2020

If you haven’t voted yet and want to ensure your voice is heard in the Primary Election you have until 7PM tonight. Here are three important things you need to know:

  1. If you need to know where to vote go to and find your polling precinct location.

  2. If you have a vote by mail ballot to return, ballots must be received by your county Supervisor of Elections office by 7PM today. You can drop your mail ballot off in person at your Supervisor of Elections Office. Find yours here and be sure to sign the back of the ballot envelope.

  3. Are you having trouble voting or do see any issues? Call one of the nonpartisan toll free hotline numbers below:

866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) – English language hotline
888-VE-Y-VOTA (888-839-8682) – Spanish language hotline

800-342-0823 – Disability Rights Florida
877-MY-VOTE-0 | 877-698-6830 – Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (for returning citizens who need help with voting.)

Be sure to bring your mask and hand sanitizer to the polls if you vote in person. If you can, vote during the middle of the day to avoid crowds (mid-morning is the best time). You can also mitigate risk by bringing your own black ink pen.

Remember, if you’re waiting in line at your polling location before 7PM, stay in line. You will be able to vote even after the location officially closes.