Early Voting is when you cast a ballot prior to Election Day at a location designated by your local Supervisor of Elections.
Florida counties designate and operate a number of Early Vote locations as early as Monday, Aug. 3 for the primary, and can remain open until Sunday, Aug. 16. However, the hours and dates vary so do check with your county elections office for exact days and hours.
The ballot and method will be the same as on Election Day. The difference is that you vote when and where you want to, conveniently, and without the long lines of Nov. 3.
– David Johnson, DJGroup