Get ready and registered to vote.


Check dates & deadlines

Elections will take place in Florida for primaries in late August and for the general election in early November. Make sure you know when registration deadlines and voting take place!

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Find your on-campus address

Living on-campus? Make sure you register with the correct address.

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Check your current registration status

Not sure if you're registered? Check online here!

Register to vote from anywhere

Ready to get registered or update your info? makes online voter registration easy.

Prepare for the polls.

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View a sample ballot

Florida voters can view a sample ballot electronically. Click the link below to access sample ballot portals for all 67 counties.

Vote on campus

All voters registered in Leon County can vote at the FSU Student Union as a early voting site for the primaries and general election. Live close to campus? The students union might also be your Election Day precinct. Learn more about the Students Union polling site by clicking below

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Find voting sites

Ready to vote? Use the link below to find your precinct for Election Day voting—whether that’s in your hometown or in Tallahassee.

Track your ballot.

Cast your ballot through Vote-by-Mail? Track your ballot using one of these methods:

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Resources for staff

We all play a role to ensure our campus community stays healthy, safe,
and willing to engage in these conversations no matter the outcome.

FSU Votes

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Continuing your Advocacy

How to continue advocating for your beliefs regardless of the election outcome?

  • Find your elected officials at and advocate for your beliefs.
    • How to bring up issues to your officials:
      • Send personal, well-written emails- keep them short and factual
      • Fill out forms on officials’ websites
      • Write personal letters
      • Call offices- may just talk to staff, but still worthwhile
      • Attend meetings and forums