BE READY TO VOTE

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Are you eligible to vote? Check your current status and sign up now. Ensure you meet all eligibility requirements and documentation.

VOter Card

Enter your personal details and review your voter information. You can also request to change your voter registration information.

Sample Ballot

Prepare yourself in advance of the upcoming election. View your sample ballot.

REquest & Track Absentee Ballot

Vote from the convenience of home. Have your personal information available to request and track your absentee ballot.

Know Where to vote

Find your nearest polling place and early voting locationsCheck out Miami-Dade County's Be Election Ready site for more details.

find your district 

Not sure which district you're in? Find out here using your full (9 digit) zip code. Once you know you can Contact Your Representatives

VOTERS' GUIDE

The LWV Voters’ Guide 2016 - General Election includes candidates in contested races from opposing parties as well as those with No Party Affiliation who are on November 8 General Election ballot. It provides candidate answers to biographical and policy questions posed by the League of Women Voters of Miami-Dade Education Fund.  

The League of Women Voters does not endorse or oppose any candidate or political party. All candidates, regardless of party affiliation, were asked to participate in the development of this guide by responding to an emailed questionnaire. Candidate replies are reproduced exactly as submitted, without editing or verification. Responses are provided for those candidates who took the time to respond.

Candidates who chose not to reply to the LWV Voters’ Guide 2016 are noted as "CANDIDATE DID NOT RESPOND."  According to the LWV US, when candidates do not reply, it is the voters who lose as they do not know where the candidate stands on the issues.

GENERAL ELECTION

  • Tuesday, November 8, 2016
  • Early Voting: October 24 – November 6, 2016

Your choice will help select your representative in the U.S. Senate, U.S Congress, the Florida Legislature and Senate, the County Mayor, and Miami-Dade County Public School. During the November 8 General Election, voters may vote for any candidate representing any political party or no party affiliation.