How to Register to Vote
Visit the St. Johns County Supervisor of Elections Website
The information below is from the Florida Voter Registration website:
This system can be used to submit an application online for new registration or to make changes to your existing registration record or to prefill a voter registration application form.
To submit an online application, you will need:
You should not use this system to register or update your voter registration information if you are a participant with the Florida Attorney General's Address Confidentiality Program (See sections 741-401.-741.409, and 741.465, Florida Statutes). Contact your county Supervisor of Elections to register.
To be eligible to register to vote you must:
How to Change Your Name, Address, Party Affiliation, Update Your Signature, and/or Apply for a Replacement Card
If you have already registered to vote in Florida, but need to change your name, address or party affiliation, update your signature, or apply for a replacement card:
Dates to Remember When Registering to Vote
Your Registration Date
For new applicants, your registration date is the date your completed application is postmarked or hand delivered to any Supervisor of Elections’ office in the state, a driver’s license office, a voter registration agency, including an armed forced recruitment office, public library, or the Division of Elections.
When You Can Vote
You must be registered for at least 29 days before you can vote in an election. Since Florida is a closed primary state, only voters who are registered members of a political parties may vote for their respective party's candidates in a primary election. Voters without party affiliation are not eligible to vote for party candidates in a primary election. However, a constitutional amendment adopted in 1998 states that IF all candidates for an office have the same party affiliation and the winner will have no opposition in the general election, all qualified voters, regardless of party affiliation, may vote in the primary election for that office. Party changes must be made by the end of the 29th day before the Primary Election. If you are not registered to vote in the political party for which the primary election is being held, you may vote for nonpartisan candidates and issues.
Voter Registration Book Closing Dates
You can apply to register to vote at any time. However, to vote in an election, you must be registered in the state by the book closing date, which is normally the 29th day before each election.
Voter Registration Applications
Instruction for completing the registration application
Please contact your county Supervisor of Elections for any questions you may have regarding registration.
The voter applications are Adobe pdf files and you will need the free Adobe Reader in orders to view or fill them out.
If you are using the Google Chrome browser, please be aware that the form may not print properly. We recommend that you download the form to your computer and open it using the Adobe Reader program rather than using Chrome’s built-in PDF viewer.
NOTE: To download one of the voter applications file it can take up to 3 minutes and 30 seconds on a 28.8kb connection or 1 minute 48 seconds on a 56kb connection.
Florida law does not permit online submission of a registration application. The application must be mailed or hand-delivered.
Florida Voter Registration Application - (pdf,404 KB) Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader
Inscripción Electoral del Estado de la Florida - (pdf,133 KB) Se necesita Adobe Acrobat Reader
Whether during early voting or on Election Day, you will be asked to provide at the polls a valid photo ID with signature. Any one of the following photo IDs will be accepted:
If you do not bring proper ID, you can still vote a provisional ballot. As long as you are eligible and voted in the proper precinct, your provisional ballot will count provided the signature on your provisional ballot matches the signature in your registration record