Your voting location may have changed. 

 

Some Miami-Dade voting precincts have changed due to reprecincting, and this may affect where you vote. View your registration information and confirm your current Election Day voting location before heading to the polls on Election Day. To become a registered voter go to the Florida Division of Elections now! Lets be prepared to get out and Vote !!!

Countywide General Elections are just around the corner. 

 

Review Sample Ballot here. If you reside within Miami-Dade County, here is what you need to know. The online Voter Information tool allows you to read your customized sample ballot, request a mail ballot, check the status of your mail ballot, and learn when your next election will be and where you must go to vote. You can also make changes to your voter information, check your voter activity over the last year, and more. 

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Voter registration time takes an average of 2 minutes to complete.

Before heading to the polls please check with the state Division of Elections to receive the most current information on any new voting information or changes to identification requirements. In Florida, you must register to vote through the Florida Division of Elections to be able to vote on Election Day. You can register to vote at a Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) office when you make any driver's license transactions.

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Miami-Dade County Temporary Election Jobs

Great opportunities to contribute to the upcoming election. Pay Rate is from $14.46 to $16.29 per hour. Hours are Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm with Potential Overtime. Lots of work! Apply here.

AFSCME Local 1542

4349 NW 36th St. Suite 102

Miami Springs, FL 33166

305-885-3909 Office

305-267-5105 Efax

www.afscme1542.org

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