“Are you registered to vote?” The upcoming Primary Election will be held in August. To verify your registration, Click Here.

“Do you know your Congressional District? Click Here to view a map of Florida’s 23rd Congressional District.”

Florida is a CLOSED PRIMARY state. To vote for Robert S Weinroth in the upcoming primary election you must be a registered REPUBLICAN.

If you are currently registered as NPA (no party affiliated) you WILL NOT be eligible to vote in the primary! 

The last day to register or update your voter registration (to be eligible to vote in the primary) is 29 days before the Primary Election (July 22, 2024).

Election Day will be August 20, 2024.

You can Vote by Mail; cast your ballot, in person, during Early Voting (August 10-18, 2024); or in person on August 20, 2024.

Vote by Mail requests are only valid through the end of the calendar year of each regular scheduled General Election. 

If you wish to Vote by Mail for the 2024 elections you must have completed a new Vote by Mail ballot request since January 1, 2024. 

The deadline to request a Vote by Mail ballot be mailed to you is August 8, 2024.

Vote by Mail ballots must be RECEIVED at the Main office of your county Supervisor of Elections office by 7PM on Election Day (August 20, 2024).

Polls will be open on ELECTION DAY (August 20, 2024) from 7AM – 7PM. 

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3) Each petition must be submitted before noon of the 28th day preceding the first day of the qualifying period for the office sought to the supervisor of elections of the county in which such petition was circulated. Each supervisor shall check the signatures on the petitions to verify their status as voters in the county, district, or other geographical area represented by the office sought. No later than the 7th day before the first day of the qualifying period, the supervisor shall certify the number of valid signatures.


Qualifying Periods 

1st Qualifying Period for 2024 – Federal (U.S. Senator, Representative in Congress), State Attorney, Public Defender, Judicial (Justice(s) of the Supreme Court, District Court of Appeal Judges, and Circuit Court Judges) file and qualify with the Division of Elections. County Court Judges file and qualify with the Supervisor of Elections.

Noon, Monday, April 22, 2024 – Noon, Friday, April 26, 2024

(4)(a) Certifications for candidates for federal, state, multicounty district, or multicounty special district office shall be submitted to the division no later than the 7th day before the first day of the qualifying period for the office sought. The division shall determine whether the required number of signatures has been obtained and shall notify the candidate.

What is the deadline for Supervisor of Elections to certify signatures to the Division of Elections?

No later than 5:00 p.m. on:

  • April 15, 2024 – Representative in Congress, U.S. Senator, Circuit Court Judge, State Attorney (1st through 19th Judicial Circuits), and Public Defender (1st through 19th Judicial Circuit)

Can a candidate pay someone to collect petitions?

Yes. Nothing in the Election Code prohibits a candidate from paying any person to collect petitions. 

Where are petitions submitted?

Signed petition forms are submitted for verification to the Supervisor of Elections in the county in which the voter is registered.

The candidate is responsible for filing the signed petition form with the Supervisor of Elections of the county in which the signer is a registered voter. In the case of a misfiled petition, the filing date of the petition is the date such petition is filed with the proper county. The Supervisor of Elections will notify the candidate if a petition has been misfiled, and return the petition to the candidate so that it can be properly refiled.

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