The new Florida voting law restricts the length of vote-by-mail applications to be valid from the time of application through the next regularly scheduled general election. Since the last general election was held November 8, 2022, all standing applications are now invalid.
The deadline to request a vote-by-mail ballot is 5 p.m. on the tenth day before any election. As of today, 27 local elections are scheduled in Miami-Dade for 2023 – first elections will be on February 21st (Golden Beach). Another critical election to replace the vacated seat of Commissioner Ken Russell for the City of Miami is held on February 27th. The deadline to register to vote will be 29 days prior to the election on the 27th of January; register to vote-by-mail not later than 10 days prior to the elections.
Options to Re-Enroll
Online: To renew your application, use the link on GoVoteMiami.org or go to the Miami Dade Department of Election’s website.
Mail: To print the Vote-By-Mail Request Form go to GoVoteMiami.org to download. A paper application must be sent to:
Vote-by-Mail Ballot Section
Supervisor of Elections, P.O. Box 521250, Miami FL 33152
Fax: 305-499-8401 (print and complete application)
For FAQs to help answer questions to view and download as PDFs in English, Spanish and Kreyòl go to GoVoteMiami.org.