Get the Information & Develop A Plan
- Appoint a point person or a team of people to distribute information to your clients about your local election process.
- Gather information about your local election
Florida Coalition to End Homelessness is committed to providing information to help people experiencing homelessness exercise their right to vote.
If you are a provider, please see the Every One Votes Provider Toolkit for more information about helping your clients register to vote and encouraging them to vote per State guidelines.
In Florida, clients can register to vote online, by mail, or in person. We encourage all eligible voters to check their voter registration status and make sure that their information is up to date. Register to vote in the general October 11, 2022.
The 2022 Election will be held on November 8, 2022.
For information about your local elections, please use this map to find your Supervisor of Elections
|How can I register to Vote?||To vote in the 2020 General Election, you can register to vote or update your registration information on or before October 5, 2020:
By mail or In Person: Application and Supervisor of Election Offices
Online: Register to Vote Florida
|I am a convicted felon, can I vote?||Check to see if your voting rights have been restored: Office of Executive Clemency
Do you owe fines or fees? You can find more information about available resources here: Florida Rights Restoration Coalition
|I have questions about documentation, eligibility, or my registration status||The US Vote Foundation is a great resource for this information.|
|How can I vote?||If you have an address where you can receive mail daily, you can register to vote by mail. You can also vote in-person early or on election day. For more information about voting in your community, please visit your County's Supervisor of Elections|
|When can I vote in person?||Early voting is from: Sat Oct 24, 2020 8:00am EDT - Sat Oct 31, 2020 5:00pm EDT
Voting Day is November 3, 2020
|Where can I vote in person?||You can check your voter status and find your polling location by visiting the Florida Elections Website|
|Can providers assist in voter registration?||Yes, the National Voter Registration Act encourages nongovernmental entities to assist in registering their clients to vote. This includes homeless shelters, drop-in centers, food pantries, soup kitchens, daycare centers, child welfare agencies, and community health centers. Entities must remain strictly non-partisan when helping clients and should not try to influence their vote.|
|Can providers register clients to vote?||You may assist a person in completing their registration, but they must sign it themselves. For online registrations, your client must give permission and must be able to review and consent to what is being entered in the voter registration system.|
|What identification will clients need to register to vote?||To register to vote in Florida you should provide one of the following:
* Florida Driver's License Number
* Florida ID Number
* The Last Four Digits of your Social Security Number can be used
|What identification will clients need to vote in person?||To vote in person, your client will need ID with photo and/or signature such as:
* US Passport
* Valid ID issued by the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles
* Public Assistance ID
* Valid Military ID
* Valid Florida Driver's License
* Valid Student ID
* Debit or Credit Card
* Veteran Health ID issued by the VA
Florida Coalition to End Homelessness does not support or oppose candidates or political parties