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Local and municipal elections are occurring in Miami-Dade County this year! The Jewish Community Relations Council’s (JCRC) Election Toolkit aims to educate, engage and inform voters in Miami-Dade County about voter registration and voter accessibility.

This toolkit will provide information on how voters can register to vote, cast their ballots and find specific information that will help provide a secure and smooth voting process.

  • Due to recent changes in Florida law, all previous requests for Vote-by-Mail ballots expired at the end of 2022. If you have NOT re-registered to vote by mail, please do so before the deadline for Vote-by-Mail registration. (See deadlines below)
  • We encourage you to please note the proximity of the deadline for the
    Vote-by-Mail registration to the actual election. There is reasonable concern
    that if voters wait too long to register to vote by mail, they will either not
    receive their mail-in ballot in time and/or they will not have sufficient time to
    return it by mail. If your preference is to vote by mail, we encourage you
    to update your voter registration in a timely manner.
  • Voters can find detailed information about casting a Vote-by-Mail ballot,
    including both written instructions and an instructional video, on the
    Miami-Dade County website.
  • Local and municipal governmental elections will be held in Miami, Miami Beach, Hialeah and Homestead this fall.
  • Differing municipalities may have different election dates and deadlines. Please check the 2023 Miami-Dade County Election Calendar for information on your municipality’s elections.
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