Polling stations around South Florida opened this morning at 7 a.m. for Primary Election Day, when registered Republicans and Democrats choose their candidates for governor, agriculture commissioner, attorney general and U.S. Congress. Local elections also include school board and judicial races.
Polling stations will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Voters should go to their assigned precincts and bring a valid picture I.D. with a signature.
If you are voting via mail, you have until Tuesday at 7 p.m. to deliver your ballot -in person or by mail- to your county's supervisor of elections.
Registered voters in Miami-Dade County can find their precinct here. You'll also be able to see a ballot sample and check if you vote by mail has been received. The Supervisor of Elections also has a help line: 305-499-VOTE (8683)
Broward voters can check their voting location, see a sample ballot and check the status of your mail ballot here.
If you live in Monroe County, you can find your voter information, sample ballot and polling station here.
A little over 13 million Floridians registered to vote in the primary elections, according to the state Division of Elections. More than 400,000 South Florida residents had already cast their ballots before Aug. 28, according to local election authorities.