Spectrum News 13 Voting Guide

ELECTION RESULTS

Election season is in full swing, and this Voting Guide will help you navigate all the big races and thorny issues and lead you to the right place and right dates to vote.

Those questions will be answered in the coming months by you, the voter. Spectrum News is your place for all 2019 Florida elections coverage.

 FIND CANDIDATES AND RACES:

There are elections November 5 in multiple cities over 5 Central Florida counties.

Federal | State | Brevard | Flagler | Lake | Marion | OrangeOsceolaSeminole | Sumter | Volusia

FLORIDA VOTING FAQs

FIND YOUR COUNTY ELECTIONS OFFICE

Check your registration status, find your polling precinct, see what candidates you can vote in and change your party. Just click on the government building icons on the map below to find your county office.

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DATES AND DEADLINES
  • OCTOBER 7: The deadline to register to vote in an election or to change your political party is 29 days before that election.
  • EARLY VOTING (see interactive map of Supervisor of Elections offices to find your location):
    • Orange (city of Orlando): October 28-November 3
    • Seminole (city of Oviedo): Saturday, November 2 at Oviedo City Hall and Supervisor of Elections Office from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
    • Volusia (Lake Helen): October 28-November 1 at Department of Elections, 125 W. New York Ave., DeLand, from 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
    • Elections in other counties offer vote-by-mail and day-of voting.
  • NOVEMBER 5: General election.
  • FEBRUARY 18, 2020: Deadline to register to vote in 2020 presidential preference primary.
  • MARCH 17, 2020: Presidential preference primary.
  • JULY 20, 2020: Deadline to register to vote in 2020 primary election.
  • AUGUST 18, 2020: Presidential primary.
  • OCTOBER 5, 2020: Deadline to register to vote in 2020 general election.
  • NOVEMBER 3, 2020: General election.
WHO CAN VOTE IN THE NOVEMBER ELECTION?

In Florida, all voters, regardless of party affiliation, may vote in the November election. You must be an American citizen, 18 years or older, be a resident in Florida to vote in Florida, and not be convicted of a felony, unless your civic rights have been restored.

Political Connections, Sundays at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Get your daily political fix with Ybeth Bruzual throughout the campaign season.

Get the latest news from Washington, important dates and how to contact your respresentatives from our Washington, D.C. Bureau.