Early voting Florida Palm Beach County
Make your voice heard
There are many important issues and candidates on the ballot this fall. Your vote can make a difference so make sure your opinion is heard by casting a ballot.
College students, often first-time voters, face special challenges when attempting to register and vote in their college communities. Having the right information on how to register and vote helps students overcome those barriers and participate.
The information on this site can be used as a guide to get Palm Beach State involved.
Sign up and see! We handle everything you need to vote:
Voter Registration Status and Deadline
Campus Vote Project has created a one page guide with everything you need to know about voting as a Florida Student, check it out: Florida Student Voting Guide
Register at School or at Home?
Students have a choice about where to register to vote:
Early In-Person Voting
Florida requires counties to offer a minimum number of days when voters may vote early in person. Counties have some discretion to offer additional early voting dates, so contact your County Supervisor of Elections for local information, including locations.
You will need to show a Photo and Signature ID to vote Early in Person.
Vote By Mail
Any Florida voter may request a vote by mail ballot. Go to the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections for an application and information about applying by mail or in person. The request must be received by the 6th day before Election Day. Completed vote by mail ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day.
Voting on Election Day
The polls are open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.
You can look up your polling location at:
You will need to show a Photo and Signature ID to vote on Election Day.
Help make Palm Beach State College as voter friendly as possible and check out Campus Vote Project’s toolkit with activities you can use on campus.
Finally, for other specific information for Florida reach out to the Miami-Dade County Elections Department:
240 South Military Trail
West Palm Beach, FL 33415
Phone: (561) 656-6200
Fax: (561) 656-6287
Voter registration forms, polling place locations, and more information can also be found at the Florida Division of Elections.
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How big is palm beach county, florida?
Palm Beach County, FL has a total area of 2,386 sq miles.1,974 sq miles of it is land and 412 square miles of it is water.