The 2018 General Election will be held on November 6 from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Early voting will be available statewide October 27 – November 3. Additional dates may be offered by your county. Click here for more information about early voting.
If you do not know where your polling place is, contact the Supervisor of Elections. You can also find your precinct and polling place on your county Supervisor of Elections’ website. You will be asked to provide at the polls a valid photo ID with signature.
Federal & State Voter Guides
Judicial Endorsement Guide
Judicial Endorsement Guide for Florida Supreme Court, District Court of Appeals, and Circuit and County Courts
Amendment Endorsement Guide
Endorsements on the 12 proposed Florida state constitutional amendments.
Church-Friendly Voter Guide for Governor & US Senate
Voter guide for Governor and US Senate that is educational, nonpartisan, and 501(c)(3) safe, comparing the candidates stands on the issues and approved by legal experts for distribution in churches.
Federal & State Endorsement Guides
Endorsements for state and federal offices including US Congress, US Senate, Statewide Races, Florida Senate & Florida House of Representatives.
Local Voter Guides
Local county voter guide resources are created by local activists. We do not endorse or guarantee the accuracy or legality of these voter guides. We are providing these guides for informational purposes only.
Brevard County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)
Indian River County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)
Lake County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)
Lee County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)
Marion County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)
St Lucie County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)
Sumter County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)
Stemberger’s picks for Osceola, Orange, and Seminole counties (John Stemberger)
Walton County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)
Other Election Resources
2017 & 2018 Legislative Scorecard
Rating all current state legislators with grades A-F and scores 0-100%
As an organization, we see a real and increased need to hold our elected officials accountable. We believe the most objective and accurate way to evaluate an elected official’s performance, regarding positions on important issues, is to track their voting record. This scorecard provides a unique and quality analysis of social issues that no other state organization provides. We have researched and scored each member of the Florida Legislature on the issues of life, family, religious liberty, and other related matters.
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