Last chance to register to vote in Florida: Here’s what you need to know

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — If you want to vote in the November midterms, Tuesday, Oct. 11 is your last day to register to vote, and there are some big races on the line for voters.

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Residents can register at their respective election offices or at public libraries. In Duval county, residents can register when the supervisor of the election’s office is open at 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Over in St. Johns County — they’ve extended office hours Tuesday from 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m.

Floridians can also register online. Just remember you will need a Florida driver’s license or ID and the last 4 digits of your social security to use online voter registration.

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Today is also the last day to change your party affiliation.

Big key races are happening in our area — like the Jacksonville sheriff’s race — as well as the gubernatorial and senate race.

The Supervisor of Elections said absentee or mail-in ballots must be requested by Oct. 29. Early voting starts on Oct. 24, and it ends two days before the election, which is on Nov. 6.

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