Here’s what you need to know to vote in Florida:
Polls are open tomorrow, Tuesday, Nov 3 from 7AM to 7PM
Plan now exactly what time of the day you are going to vote.
Polling locations often change. Double check and make sure you know where your poll is located especially if your voting late in the day.
Sunday was the last day of early voting so there is no early voting today on Monday, November 2.
Plan on voting earlier in the day rather than later. This is safer in case something comes up during the day unexpectedly. Any voter who is standing in line at 7 p.m. (local time) in their county is still eligible to cast a vote.
Lines might be long so try and plan on voting on off times like before and after lunch and or before the close of business.
Do your research on who your going to vote for before you get to the polls. We have voter guides on Judges, Amendments, Candidates, and even local County races. All of them can be printed out here: https://floridafamilyaction.org/florida-voter-guide/
Most polling places in Florida require a mask or face covering to enter the polling location.
If you have already voted, then forward this email to your like-minded family and friends and make sure they have voted.
The turnout for this election will be historic and the polls show Trump and Biden as razor close so every vote will count. We should never forget that George W. Bush was elected President by only 537 Florida votes.
If you would like further perspectives on the Presidential election, we would recommend the following three articles:
“Why I was wrong about Donald Trump” by John Stemberger https://www.christianpost.com/voices/why-i-was-wrong-about-donald-trump.html
“A Respectful Response to John Piper” by Dr. Wayne Grudem https://www.charismanews.com/us/83113-respectful-response-to-john-piper-here-s-why-i-voted-for-trump
Christians, Conscience, and the Looming 2020 Election by Dr. Albert Mohler https://albertmohler.com/2020/10/26/christians-conscience-and-the-looming-2020-election