Primary Early Voting Dates Vary by County in Florida

Primary Early Voting Dates Vary by County in Florida

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By Mivette Vega

July 27, 2022

By law, early voting must be held for at least eight days in Florida, but those dates could be different depending on the county.

Florida’s primary election is Aug. 23. Voters will choose candidates to run in the November midterm elections for governor, senator, representative, and school board member.

There’s a mandatory eight-day minimum early voting period, but those dates may vary by county.

Most counties in Central Florida will begin early voting on Aug. 13 and end by Aug. 20.

Here are the counties with different dates:

ORANGE COUNTY

  • Aug. 8 – Aug. 21.

SEMINOLE COUNTY

  • Aug. 13 – Aug. 20.

OSCEOLA COUNTY

  • Aug. 8 – Aug. 21.

VOLUSIA COUNTY

  • Aug. 13 – Aug. 20.

BREVARD COUNTY

  • Aug. 13 – Aug. 20.

LAKE COUNTY

  •  Aug. 11 – Aug. 20.

MARION COUNTY

  • Aug. 13 – Aug. 20.

FLAGLER COUNTY

  • Aug. 13 – Aug. 20.

SUMTER COUNTY

  •  Aug. 13 – Aug. 20.

POLK COUNTY

  • Aug. 13 – Aug. 20.

To be able to vote you must be registered. 

Contact your county’s Supervisor of Elections office to find early voting locations.
On the day you vote, you need to bring a form of identification with a picture and a signature.

Additional days of early voting may be offered in your county. You can check with your county’s Supervisor of Elections at https://bit.ly/2ItLFro

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  • Mivette Vega

    Mivette Vega is a seasoned journalist and multimedia reporter whose stories center the Latino community. She is passionate about justice, equality, environmental matters, and animals. She is a Salvadorrican—Salvadorian that grew up in Puerto Rico—that has lived in San Juan, Venice, Italy, and Miami.

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