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GET READY TO VOTE IN THE NEXT ELECTION!

On Tuesday, August 20th, Duval County voters will go to the polls to vote in several local, state, and national races. The races for the School Board are open to all registered voters. To win, candidates need to reach 50% + 1. If no candidates reach 50%, a runoff election will occur with the two (2) top vote-getters during the Presidential General Election, on Tuesday, November 5th.

Additionally, since Florida is a closed primary state, only registered Democrats can vote in the following primary races: U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, Florida Senate, and Florida House of Representatives.

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Important 2024 Election Dates

REGISTER TO VOTE

You register or update your voter registration online! You can apply to register to vote at any time. However, the deadline to register in order to participate in an upcoming election is 29 days before the election. Updating your registration to change your name, address, and signature is NOT limited by upcoming elections. Remember, only voters who are registered members of a party may vote for that party’s candidates in a primary election.

Upcoming 2024 Elections:

 
  • Primary Election: August 20, 2024
  • General Election: November 5, 2024

EARLY VOTING

Anyone registered to vote in the State of Florida and living in Duval County may vote at any early voting site during early voting. Early Voting will be held from March 6th – March 19th. Secure drop boxes are also available inside each early voting location.

SIGN UP FOR VOTE BY MAIL

It’s always essential to have a voting backup plan. With important elections next year, it’s comforting to receive your ballot at home, even if you still want to vote or vote on election day early. Sign up right now by clicking on the link below – it’ll take you directly to the Duval Supervisor of Elections page. Signing up takes less than five minutes! Or you can call the Supervisor of Elections’ office: 904-255-3434.

 

How to Vote in Person if Vote-by-Mail Ballot was Requested

A voter who has requested a ballot may still vote in person. The Supervisor of Elections’ office will need to confirm that a mail ballot has not already been returned and received. If the ballot has not been received, the voter will be allowed to vote on a regular ballot. If the ballot has been received, the ballot is deemed cast and the voter has voted. If the voter believes the office is incorrect for whatever reason, the voter is allowed to vote a provisional ballot.

 

FIND YOUR PRECINCT

The precinct is an administrative designation establishing the geographic boundaries of the smallest voting district. All voters in a given precinct vote at the same location on Election Day, using the same ballot—same candidates, same ballot questions.

PROTECTING YOUR VOTE

The Florida Democratic Party is working every day to ensure every eligible Floridian has the opportunity to cast a ballot and have that ballot counted. Because all politics is local, our county voter protection teams work to protect the vote in their respective communities. Through the Voter Protection Assistance Hotline, we answer questions from voters and prospective electors from all 67 counties in English, Spanish, or Haitian Creole.

Need Assistance, call the Voter Assistance Hotline at (833) VOTE-FLA or (833) 868-3352