On Election Day the polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. If you are waiting in line at 7 p.m., you are allowed to vote.
Where Do I Vote on Election Day?
On Election Day you must vote at your assigned polling place. You can find your polling place on your voter information card, by using the Voter Information Lookup
, or by calling us at (850) 606-8683.
Because of redistricting, you may have a new Election Day polling place in 2022. Make sure to check your information before you go vote.
Do I Need ID to Vote on Election Day?
You must have ID to vote at your Election Day polling place. Learn more on our Voter ID page
Can Anyone Enter a Polling Place?
The only people inside the polling place during voting hours include:
- Voters who are voting
- Poll workers
- Persons under the care of a voter, such as a child
- Persons helping a voter with a disability
- Official poll watchers
- Supervisor of Elections staff
- Law enforcement/emergency service personnel, if requested by the clerk
Emergency Election Day Voting
If an emergency prevents you from going to your polling place on Election Day, you still have options to vote.
Emergency voting is available from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day at the Elections Center at 2990-1 Apalachee Parkway. If you are unable to get to the Elections Center, you can have someone pick-up a Vote-by-Mail ballot for you from the Elections Center. Visit our Vote-by-Mail page for further information.