If you are registering to vote, please forward your name, address, telephone number and email to SAVE at savedade@savedade.org. We will add your name to the email list and to the list of people who receive our endorsement information. You will also receive information on the ban on same-sex marriage vote scheduled for 2008.

Register to Vote Form

Read the information below to learn how you can become registered to vote in
Miami-Dade County.

Who can register to vote:

  • You must be at least 17 years of age to register;
  • You must be a citizen of the United States;
  • You must reside in Miami-Dade County. There is no length of time that you must live here before registering to vote.

Who cannot register to vote:

  • Anyone who does not meet the above requirements;
  • Anyone who has been declared "mentally incompetent" who has not had his/her rights restored.
  • Anyone convicted of a felony who has not had his/her civil rights restored

How to register to vote

  • Registering to vote is a right. It is available to all persons who meet the requirements. In Miami-Dade County, there are many official agencies where you can register in person or get voter registration forms:
  • Florida Driver License Bureau
  • Miami-Dade County Public Library
  • Any State public assistance agency
  • Any agencies that provide assistance to disabled persons
  • Armed Forces Recruiting Office
  • If you need more information regarding the closest agency, or to
  • obtain a form by mail, contact our office any weekday between 8 AM and 5 PM, at (305) 499-8363.
  • When you register to vote, an actual residence address is required by law. If you provide any kind of mailing service address, PO box, or business address, the application will not be accepted, and can cause your registration to not be accepted, and can cause your registration to not be processed in time for an election. PO boxes and other business addresses can be accepted as a mailing address.
  • You may register online using the Voter's Registration Application Form provided by the State of Florida Division of Elections. Type your information onto the form and then print, or you may first print out the form and then fill out the information by hand. When the form is completed, please sign it, and then send the signed form to:

    Supervisor of Elections
    P.O. Box 521550
    Miami, Florida 33152

Voter Registration Deadlines (Book Closings):

Registration closes 29 days prior to an upcoming election (Book Closing
date). In order to be eligible to vote, your Voter's Registration
Application Form must be received one of the following ways:

  • Go in person to the Elections Department or any other official agency
    no later than the book closing date;
  • Have it mailed and postmarked no later than the book closing date. TOP

Deadline at registration sites:

  • At certain locations applications will be kept and delivered to the
    Elections Department. Voter's Registration Application Forms must be turned
    in at the registration site at least 29 days before an election in order to
    meet the book closing deadline.

For further information contact our office at (305) 499-8363.