The Primary Election is here. Early Voting runs from Monday, August 8 through Sunday, August 21 and the last day to vote (AKA election day) is Tuesday, August 23. We will be choosing our Democratic slate for the fall General Election, electing Circuit and County Judges and deciding on 6 referendum questions for Miami Beach residents. Bookmark this blog post and share!
Check Your Ballot Status
You can check your ballot status at www.CheckMyBallot.miami. Here you can find information such as whether or not you are signed up for Vote-by-Mail, when and to which address your Vote-by-Mail ballot was mailed, when your Vote-by-Mail ballot was received by the elections department, where your election day voting location is, and more.
Early voting takes place beginning Monday, August 8 and runs every day through Sunday, August 21. The times at which the early voting locations are open vary. See the Miami-Dade elections website for exact times.
Early voting sites in Miami Beach are located at:
- Miami Beach City Hall (First Floor Conference Room) - 1700 Convention Center Drive
- North Shore Branch Library - 7501 Collins Avenue
A secure ballot intake station (“Vote-by-Mail Drop Box”) will be available and staffed at each Early Voting location during Early Voting hours of operation.
Note that if you do not vote early - either by mail, at an early voting location, or by using a secure ballot drop-box - you must vote in-person at your designated voting location on election day, Tuesday, August 23. Your can find your in-person voting location on your Miami-Dade Voter Information Card or you can look it up at www.CheckMyBallot.miami.
See our blog post to find out which Democrats are running to represent Miami Beach. We as a club do not endorse anyone when there is more than one Democrat in the race. Be prepared and make your best choice!
We as a club have not taken a position on any of the judicial races and we encourage you to do your own research for each of them. Ballotpedia is a great reference point to research judicial retention questions to learn more about the Judges, who appointed them and other notables. You can access Ballotpedia here: https://ballotpedia.org
Miami Beach Referendum Questions
There are 6 referendum questions on the ballot. See our blog for more info about each of these questions.
Other Ways To Prepare
See our blog to see some other ways you can prepare for the election - and to help others do the same!
Be informed. Be involved. Be election ready.
Steven Hawes published this page in Blog 2022-08-05 23:24:37 -0400