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Florida's Presidential Preference Primary is right around the corner --- March 15, 2016. The Presidential Preference Primary allows voters to indicate which candidate they want to represent their party during the General Election in November. The outcome of Presidential Preference Primary determines how many delegates each party’s national convention will receive from Florida. These delegates select their party’s presidential nominee at each respective party’s national convention.

The deadline to register to vote in the Presidential Preference Primary is February 16, 2016. Be sure that you can voice your choice. Confirm your voting status and your voting precinct. If you are eligible to vote but are not registered, get registered TODAY! 

Please read the information below from the Miami-Dade County Elections website - 


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Florida is a Closed Primary State

Per Florida Law, only voters who are registered members of a political party may vote for their respective party's candidates in a primary election. Given the parties' candidates on the ballot, ONLY registered Republican and Democratic voters are eligible to vote in the March 15, 2016 Presidential Preference Primary Election.

In addition, ALL registered voters residing in the municipalities of Miami, Miami Beach and Surfside are eligible to vote on their municipal ballot content.

If you are not a registered Republican or Democratic party member OR a registered voter of the municipalities of Miami, Miami Beach, or Surfside, you are not eligible to vote in this election and may not receive a ballot.

You can check your current party affiliation online or by calling 3-1-1.



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