If you want to vote in Broward or Palm Beach county city elections next month but haven’t registered yet, you don’t have much time left.
Monday is the last day to sign up to vote in the city elections, which are on March 14. This is 29 days before the elections.
Residents of six cities, towns, and villages in Broward County and 18 cities, towns, and villages in Palm Beach County are voting for local leaders and voting on referendums.
People who want to register online will need a driver’s license or ID card from Florida and the last four digits of their Social Security number.
People can go to PBCElections.org or BrowardVotes.gov to find out more.
People who want to vote by mail will have to ask for a ballot again.
All requests for mail-in ballots that were made before the midterm elections in 2022 have now been thrown out.
A person who wants to vote by mail must give either their driver’s license number or the last four digits of their Social Security number.
In the November midterm elections, more than 2.6 million Florida voters, including more than 440,000 in Broward and Palm Beach counties, voted by mail.