PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION


2020 VOTER GUIDE: Everything you need to know ahead of the presidential election

First things first, if you’d like to vote in any election, you must register to do so. As far as when you can vote, Florida law requires that early voting be held for at least for eight days. Below is a county-by-county breakdown of information Central Florida voters need to know, specific to where they live. Federal OfficesState OfficesFlorida SenateState Senate District 5 -- MarionState Senate District 7 -- FlaglerState Senate District 9 -- Seminole, VolusiaState Senate District 11 -- OrangeState Senate District 13 -- OrangeState Senate District 15 -- Orange, OsceolaState Senate District 17 -- Brevard, Indian RiverState Senate District 20 -- PolkClick here to see who’s running in each district. Florida House of RepresentativesState House District 22 -- MarionState House District 23 -- MarionState House District 24 -- FlaglerState House District 25 -- VolusiaState House District 26 -- VolusiaState House District 27 -- VolusiaState House District 28 -- SeminoleState House District 29 -- SeminoleState House District 30 -- SeminoleState House District 31 -- Lake, OrangeState House District 32 -- LakeState House District 33 -- Lake, SumterState House District 39 -- Osceola, PolkState House District 40 -- PolkState House District 41 -- PolkState House District 42 -- Osceola, PolkState House District 44 -- OrangeState House District 47 -- OrangeState House District 48 -- OrangeState House District 49 -- OrangeState House District 50 -- Brevard, OrangeState House District 51 -- BrevardState House District 52 -- BrevardState House District 53 -- BrevardState House District 56 -- PolkClick here to see who’s running in each district.