2020 Election Days

Gear up for the upcoming elections! Florida has a closed primary elections, which means if you don’t register for a specific party, you won’t be able to vote on the primaries. Make sure you register under a party to maximize your impact!

⚠️ The State of Florida removes inactive voters every years. If you didn’t vote in the past 5 years, you might have been identified as “inactive voters” and removed from the voter system. Please double check you voter status before going out to vote. If you have been removed, please register as “new voter” again. ⚠️

FAS Outreach Materials on 2020 Election
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FAS Early Voting/ Vote By Mail Ballot Drop Boxes Guide in Florida

FAS Ballot Amendment 2020 Translation
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  • Presidential Preference Primary Election

  • Deadline to Register to Vote for Presidential Preference Primary Election

    February 18th, 2020

  • Presidential Preference Primary Election Day

    March 17th, 2020

  • Primary Election

  • Deadline to Register to Vote for Primary Election

    July 20th, 2020

  • Primary Election Day

    August 18th, 2020

  • General Election

  • Deadline to Register to Vote for General Election

    October 5th, 2020

  • General Election Day

    November 3rd, 2020

To Vote Safely, Vote By Mail or Vote Early

To avoid in-person contact under this pandemic, you are recommend to vote-by-mail or vote during the early voting peroid.


You can request vote-by-mail from the website of Supervision of Election from your county. Please be noticed that:

  • The book closing day for requesting vote-by-mail is 10 days prior to Election Day. For the general election in November 3rd, you have to request vote-by-mail by 5pm at October 24th.
  • You are recommend to update your voter file for any change of address and signature prior to submitting vote-by-mail request.
  • The vote-by-mail ballot need to be received by the Supervision of Election at 7pm on the Election Day (not post-mark date). You are recommend to mail back your vote-by-mail ballot 1-2 weeks before the Election Day in order to be received on-time.
  • To avoid mail delay, you can drop off your vote-by-mail ballot at secure drop boxes at Supervisor of Elections’ main and branch offices and early voting sites in your county.
  • To avoid unmatched signature on your vote-by-mail ballot, you are recommend to send in your ballot with the VBM Ballot Cure Affidavit and a copy of your driver license (front and back).

Early Voting Period

For information on early voting time and locations, the website of Supervision of Election from your county.

FAS Guide for Early Voting Sites/ Vote-by-Mail Ballot Drop Boxes in Major Counties in Florida: Click Here

Voter Rights Protection

If you think you have been treated unfairly on Election Day. Please mark down the date, time, polling location, name(s) of poll workers involved, summary of the event.

Language Support on Polling Site

Need Asian language assistance on polling station? Let us know! We can go inside the poll station with you and translate verbally inside the poll booth. We will accompany you throughout the whole process.

In addition, you can also call APIAVote hotline (1-888-API-VOTE) for assistance in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Vietnamese, and Tagalog.