Who Can Register to Vote
To register to vote in Florida, you must:
- Be a United States citizen.
- Be a Florida resident.
- Be at least 18 years old. (You may pre-register if you are 16 years of age, and you will be able to vote in any election on or after your 18th birthday.)
- Not currently adjudicated mentally incapacitated, with respect to voting in Florida, or any other state.
- Not have been convicted of a felony in Florida without your civil rights having been restored.
- Not claim the right to vote in another state.
Voter Registration closes 29 days prior to each election. In order to be eligible to vote in an election, you must be registered prior to the deadline. For a list of deadlines, Click Here
How to Apply to Register to Vote
Online Voter Registration Application
(Fill in the categories online, print, sign, and mail, email, or fax your application to the Supervisor of Elections office)
You may apply for voter registration by submitting a Florida Voter Registration Application Form
to your Supervisor of Elections office. Registration forms are available on our website, at any Elections office, driver’s license office, public libraries, public assistance agencies (HRS), armed forces recruitment offices, and government offices including:
You may also call our office at (904) 823-2238 for an application to be mailed to you.