Miami-Dade County voters may choose to receive a vote-by-mail ballot for a specific election, or for all elections in which they are eligible to vote through the next regularly scheduled general election. If you have questions, we hope our vote-by-mail ballot FAQs (Español) (Kreyòl) and the information below help you to answer them.
Remember, the U.S. Post Office will not forward vote-by-mail ballot to a different address. If you want your vote-by-mail ballot sent to an address that's different from the one on file with the Elections Department, you must send a signed written request (English, Español & Kreyòl form).
Vote-by-Mail Ballot Guidelines
If you are presently registered to vote in Miami-Dade County you may request a vote-by-mail ballot online. You may also request a ballot by email, fax, phone or mail. If you would like your vote-by-mail ballot sent to an address other than the one on file in the Florida Voter Registration, you must send a signed written request which contains the following information:
- Full name of voter
- Date of birth
- Florida driver license number, Florida identification number or last four digits of your social security number
- Residence address
- Mailing address (if applicable)
- Voter registration number (optional)
- Date of the election or elections for which a vote-by-mail is needed
- Signature of voter (written requests only)
The deadline to request a vote-by-mail ballot is 5 p.m. on the tenth day before the election. We must receive the vote by mail ballot request by 5 p.m., a postmarked vote-by-mail ballot request is not valid.
- Vote-by-Mail Ballot Request form (English, Español & Kreyòl)
After you've voted on a vote-by-mail ballot, you can track the status of your ballot online.
Email / Mail
- [email protected]
Vote-by-Mail Ballot Section
Supervisor of Elections
P.O. Box 521250
Miami FL 33152
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