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Voter Registration

20011-2012 Florida Voter Registration and Voting Guide 

Miami-Dade County Voter Registration Information and Application


Polling Places

Miami-Dade County precinct locator: Miami-Dade Voting Places

Absentee Voting
Any registered voter eligible to vote in an election may request an absentee ballot by submitting their request in writing, presenting a picture identification with a signature in person or by authorizing a designee to pick-up the ballot on the day prior to Election Day.

 Request an Absentee Ballot for 2013 General Municipal Election.


Absentee ballots may be returned in person or by mail, or by authorizing a designated person to deliver the ballot to the Supervisor of Elections.

Attn: Absentee Ballot Section
P.O. Box 521250
Miami, Florida 33152



Political Signage in your Neighborhood

The City of Miami Code and City Zoning Code,  and County Regulations and State Statutes control the size, placement and timely removal of political signs and advertising.

In a nutshell:

  • Temporary political signs on private property in non-residential districts may not exceed 15 square feet (ex. 3 x 5) without a city permit.

  • Temporary political signs on private property in residential districts may not exceed 4 square feet (ex. 2 x 2) without a city permit.

  • Political campaign signs shall not be erected, posted, painted, tacked, nailed, or otherwise displayed, placed, or located on or above any state or county road right-of-way.

  • All political signs must be removed within 30 days after the election.

  • If political signs are not removed within the specified period, the City has the authority to remove such signs and may charge the candidate the actual cost for such removal.

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