It's almost time to cast your vote!
Election Day is Tuesday, November 6.
Polls will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. on election day. Voters who are standing in line by 7 p.m. will still be eligible to cast a ballot.
Voters should bring a current and valid picture ID with a signature. According to the Florida Division of Elections, approved forms of ID include:
- Florida driver's license
- Florida identification card
- United States passport
- Debit or credit card
- Military identification
- Student identification
- Retirement center identification
- Neighborhood association identification
- Public assistance identification.
If the picture ID does not contain a signature, you will be asked to provide an additional identification with your signature.
In addition to voting for candidates, Florida's ballot has 11 rather lengthy constitutional amendments for voters to consider. Click here to learn more about the amendments on Florida's ballot.
Three Florida Supreme Court Justices are up for retention as well. Read more about their fight to stay in the Supreme Court here.
Here are links to help you find your precinct:
10 News is also investigating your voting concerns with our #ProtectYourVote campaign. We're provided tips for voters, including the top myths voters need debunked before heading to the polls.
More #ProtectYourVote coverage:
11/3/12 - Lawmaker responds to upset servicemembers who can't vote
11/2/12 - Servicemembers upset about being removed from voting rolls
10/31/12 - More mailer publicizing your voting history
10/31/12 - Group exposing your voting history to your neighbors...legally
10/30/12 - Some voters didn't know their precinct changed
10/29/12 - Voting problems? 10 News will investigate
10/26/12 - Are 11 ballot amendments intentionally confusing?
10/24/12 - FBI investigating phony letters to Fla. Republicans
10/23/12 - Fla. Division of Elections warns about phony letters
10/11/12 - Obama campaign illicitly in Pasco schools?
10/3/12 - RPOF vendor investigated for fake registrations
10/2/12 - Supervisor warns of misleading robocalls
4/23/11 - Critics claim new voting bill will suppress voters