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 end of the second 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 form or English & 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
- Residence address.
- Mailing address (if applicable)
- Voter registration number (optional)
- Date of the election or elections for which a vote-by-mail ballot 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)
- Vote-by-Mail Ballot Request form (English & Kreyòl)
After you've voted on a vote-by-mail ballot, you can track the status of your ballot online.
Email / Mail
Vote-by-Mail Ballot Section
Supervisor of Elections
P.O. Box 521250
Miami FL 33152
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