Monday is deadline to register to vote in primary election

Posted 7/18/22

Secretary of State Cord Byrd reminds voters that the deadline for registering to vote in Florida’s Primary Election is Monday, July 25.

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Monday is deadline to register to vote in primary election

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TALLAHASSEE — Secretary of State Cord Byrd reminds voters that the deadline for registering to vote in Florida’s Primary Election is Monday, July 25.

“The July 25 deadline to register to vote or update your party affiliation to be in effect for the Primary Election is just two weeks away. I encourage all Floridians who are eligible to register to vote at RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov,” said Secretary Byrd.  “Additionally, all registered Florida voters should check their voter registration status and ensure they are registered and that their information and signature are both up-to-date.” 

Individuals not registered to vote in the State of Florida must submit a completed voter registration application by Monday, July 25 in order to participate in Florida’s Primary Election. Voters who are already registered but want to update their political party affiliation must update their voter registration information by Monday, July 25 in order to have the change in effect for the Primary Election.

Floridians can check their current voter registration status, register to vote or update their existing registration through the Department’s online voter registration website RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov

An update to a voter’s signature for provisional and vote-by-mail ballot verification purposes for the Primary Election must be submitted no later than the start of the canvassing of vote-by-mail ballots, which may start as early as July 14.

As a reminder, Florida is a closed primary state which means that only voters who are registered members of political parties may vote for their respective party candidates for an office in a primary election. However, if the winner of the primary race would face no opposition in the general election, then all voters, regardless of party affiliation, may vote in that race in the primary election.

For more information, please visit the Division of Elections’ website at dos.myflorida.com/elections.

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