Each registered voter in this state has the right to:
- Vote and have his or her vote accurately counted.
- Cast a vote if he or she is inline at the official closing of the polls in that county.
- Ask for and receive assistance in voting.
- Receive up to 2 replacement ballots if he or she makes a mistake prior to the ballot being cast.
- An explanation if his or her registration is in question.
- If his or her registration is in question or identity, cast a PROVISIONAL ballot.
- Written instructions to use when voting, and upon request, oral instructions in voting from election officers.
- Vote free from coercion or intimidation by election officers or any other person.
- Vote on a voting system that is in working condition and that will allow votes to be accurately cast.
Additional Rights as a Florida Voter:
- You have the right to vote in all the races on your ballot or in the races that you choose. You are NOT required to cast a vote in every race or on every ballot question.
- You have the right to vote even if you failed to bring photo or signature identification to the polling station. If you did not bring a photo ID, state law requires the poll workers to allow you to vote if your name is on the register and you sign a statement verifying your name and address. First time voters without photo ID may vote a provisional ballot. No one can be refused the right to vote solely because he or she failed to bring photo or signature ID to the polling place.
- You have the right to vote even if you did not bring your voter registration card to the polling place.
- You have the right to find out whether your provisional ballot has been counted.