You may register to vote in Miami-Dade County if you:
Are a citizen and 18 years of age. (You can pre-register to vote at 16 or when you receive a valid Florida Driver's License, but cannot vote until age 18.)
Reside in Miami-Dade County. There is no length of time you must live in Miami-Dade County to register to vote.
Have not been declared "mentally incompetent."
Have not been convicted of a felony or have had your civil rights restored.
Register To Vote
You may obtain a voter registration application in English, Spanish or Creole online. Completed forms should be mailed to the Supervisor of Elections, P.O. Box 521550, Miami, FL, 33152.
Click here to check your voter registration status and to review/update your voter registration information.
You can also register in person at the following locations:
Most city, town and village halls
Any State public assistance agency
Any agencies that provide assistance to disabled persons
Armed Forces recruiting offices
THINGS TO KNOW
To register, a residence address is required by law.
You may register with a party or "no party" affiliation. But, only registered Democrats or Republicans may vote in their respective party primaries.
In a general election, registered voters may vote on all partisan and nonpartisan offices, general issues and vote, as eligible, on local matters.
Once you are registered, you will be mailed a Voter Information Card, which includes all identifying information, as well as precinct and other elections-related information.
Registered voters within Miami-Dade County can make address changes by e-mail, fax, or telephone.
Applications must be received at least 29 days before an election.