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MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD

REGISTER TO VOTE

Registering to vote is easy and necessary to be eligible to vote in the upcoming elections. You can register online or on paper if you are 18 years old, a citizen, and a resident of Florida. 

If you are 16 or 17 years old, you can pre-register to vote. You will receive your Voter Registration Card in the mail on your 18th birthday. 

If you aren't sure if you are registered to vote, you can check your voter registration status here.

Find everything you need to register at the Okaloosa County Supervisor of Elections website.

VOTE BY MAIL OR
VOTE EARLY

Voting by mail is the easiest way to vote! After you sign up, the Supervisor of Elections (SOE) will mail a ballot to you prior to each election. Once you’ve marked your selections, simply mail the ballot back to the SOE office. Find out more about the advantages of Vote-by-Mail here

Early voting is also convenient and great for voters who enjoy heading to the polls! Vote before Election Day at a designated early voting location.

 

Find everything you need to sign up for vote by mail or vote early at the Okaloosa County Supervisor of Elections website.

WHY REGISTER AS A DEMOCRAT?

  • Florida is a closed primary election state. Only voters who are registered members of political parties may vote for respective party candidates or nominees for an office in a primary election including a presidential preference primary election.

  • The Florida Democratic Party believes in effective and efficient government that prioritizes quality education, affordable health care, and an economy in which anyone who works hard can succeed.  Review our values by clicking here. If you're interested in moving Florida forward, together, register as a Democrat and get involved with Okaloosa Democrats today!

FIND YOUR PRECINCT

Okaloosa County is divided into 52 precincts. Voters each precinct vote at the same place with the same ballot on election day.

Knowing  your precinct is important to knowing where you vote on election day.

 

Click here to determine your precinct on the Okaloosa County Supervisor of Election's website.

CLICK HERE

FOR A VOTING PRECINCT MAP

REPORT PROBLEMS

The Florida Democratic Party now has a 24-hour Voter Protection Hotline. The hotline is a part of the Florida Democratic Party's new year-round Voter Protection Program that was launched in May, 2019 as an effort to tackle the growing threat to Floridians right to vote.

The hotline will be staffed with a mix of paid staff and trained volunteers from across the state and will work to educate voters, answer questions and ensure that all legal votes are counted.

 

In addition to educating voters and serving as a valuable resource to protect voter rights, the hotline will be used to identify trends in voter suppression across the state and work with local supervisors to address those before the 2020 election. This is the first time the Florida Democratic Party has had a voter protection hotline during a non-election year.

Voter Protection Hotline 883-VOTE-FLA
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