If you registered by mail and are a first time voter in Florida and you have not been issued a current and valid Florida driver’s license, Florida identification card, or social security number, you must provide a copy of a current
Types of Identification
The following forms of identification shall be considered current and valid if they contain the name and photograph of the applicant and have not expired:
- United States passport.
- Debit or credit card.
- Military identification.
- Student identification.
- Retirement center identification.
- Neighborhood association identification.
- Public assistance identification.
The following forms of identification shall be considered current and valid if they contain the name and current residence address of the applicant:
- Utility bill.
- Bank statement.
- Government check.
- Other government document (excluding voter identification card).
If you vote at the polls, and cannot show picture and signature identification, you must vote a provisional ballot. If you requested an absentee ballot, and have not provided the required identification, you must include a copy of the required identification with your returned absentee ballot.
You are exempt from this requirement if you meet any of the following:
- 65 Years of age or older
- Permanent or temporary physical disability
- Members of the uniformed service on active duty who are absent from the county on election day
- Members of the merchant marine who are absent from the county on election day
- Spouse or dependant of member, who is accompanying member
- Overseas citizen eligible to vote in Florida
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