While you can register to vote at any time, you must be registered to vote at least twenty-nine (29) days prior to the date of the election, by personally delivering your Florida Voter Registration Application to the office of the Supervisor of Elections in your county, any Supervisor of Elections’ office in any county in Florida, any driver’s license office, a voter registration agency, an armed forces recruitment office, or the Florida Department of Elections. If you do not personally hand deliver the Florida Voter Registration Application, you must have it postmarked no later than twenty-nine (29) days prior to the date of the election.
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