How to Vote

Below you will find information on how to vote, including links to register to vote, to request a mail-in ballot so you can vote by mail, details about our district and how to confirm if you live in District 110, and important calendar dates to keep in mind for the upcoming election.

Request a Vote by Mail Ballot

Voting by mail is one important way you can protect yourself, your family, and your community from Covid-19. To vote by mail, you need to request a mail-in ballot, which you can do from the Miami-Dade elections site.

Plus, you can be sure that your vote is counted, by tracking the status of your ballot online after you cast it!

Confirm Your District

District 110 includes the western part of Hialeah (33010, 33012), the eastern part of Miami Lakes (33014), and parts of unincorporated Dade (33015). From the South, the district extends mostly from Okeechobee right to 201st Street/Honey Hill Drive. On the West, the District borders 826/the Palmetto and 20th Avenue. Its eastern border is W. 4th Avenue/Red Road

Find out if you live in the district by checking your current voter registration card.

Keep An Eye On The Calendar!

As we get closer to the election, you can check here to see when your mail-in ballot should arrive, when you need to send it in, and other important dates.

Election Calendar
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