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We work to ensure that elections are fair, accurate, convenient, transparent, and accessible to all voters in Miami-Dade County.

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Get information about the upcoming Nov. 3 General Election

General Election
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Register to vote online or by mail and learn about voter registration changes.

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It's common for signatures to change over the years, please make sure your latest signature is in our records.

Update Your Signature
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Vote by mail to avoid the lines and vote in the comfort of your own home. Also find out if we've received your mail ballot.

Vote by Mail
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Read information about early voting.

Early Voting
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Learn about voting on Election Day, as well as when and where to vote.

Vote on Election Day
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Specialized Information

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Read valuable information for and about candidates and those looking to run for office.

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Poll Workers

Be a proud poll worker. Make a difference, serve your community.

Poll Workers
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Voters with Special Needs

Every registered voter in Miami-Dade, including voters with disabilities, can cast a vote.

Voters with Special Needs

News & Events

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Vote safely, vote by mail

With the August 18 Primary Election fast approaching, and the November 3 General Election shortly after that, two of the biggest elections in 2020 are right around the corner. Registered voters can vote by mail from the comfort of their own home.

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Learn about Amendment 4

Get information on Amendment 4, which restores voting rights to felons in Florida.

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Learn the facts about election security

See how the Miami-Dade County Elections Department is committed to ensuring the ongoing security of the voting process.

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Data & Documents

Precincts, Districts and Municipalities

Read breakdowns of current voting precincts, districts and municipalities, including municipal codes.

Voter Registration Statistics

Check out countywide data broken down by political party, precincts, districts and more, including demographics.

Financial Disclosures and Outside Employment

Search financial disclosures and filing status, and find information on outside employment.

Current Elected Officials

Find local, statewide and federal elected officials, including their current terms in office.

Political Committees

Learn everything you need to know about forming a political committee.

Legal Notices

Find legal notices regarding different municipal and countywide elections, as well as updated lists of ineligible voters.

About Us

We handle all federal, state, county and municipal elections. We also provide election services and assistance to municipalities, School Districts, Special Taxing Districts, Community Council Districts, and Community Development Districts in Miami-Dade County.

We provide services to registered and potential voters, as County candidates and political committees, third-party organizations, and the community at large.

Voting is one of our constitutional rights and key to our nation's democracy. Through your vote, you exercise your right to be heard.

The Elections Department is here to serve you! Please do not hesitate to email us with your questions and suggestions, or call 311 for additional information.