ORLANDO, Fla. -- In October all Florida voters will be able to go to the polls early to vote in the November General Election. 

Floridians, regardless of political party affiliation, will be able to vote for a U.S. senator, U.S. representatives, Florida governor and cabinet seats, Florida representatives and senators, and more.

For a complete list of candidates, head to the Decision 2018 Voting Guide.

How can I vote early?

Early voting officially takes place between Oct. 27 and Nov. 3 throughout the state.

Some counties, however, start as early as Monday, Oct. 22. Saturdays and Sundays can be voting days during the early voting period.

Early voting will last each day at least eight hours, and no more than 12 hours. 

According to the Florida Division of Elections, to vote you need a valid identification with a photo and a signature, such as a driver's license or military ID card.

Early voting locations likely will not be the same as your regular polling place. There are fewer early voting locations. 

Below, you can find links to early voting locations that were used in your county during the Aug. 28 election. We will update our information as we get it from the county elections supervisors.

Central Florida

BREVARD COUNTY -- October 27

  • Early voting locations
  • Voting hours: 
    Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

FLAGLER COUNTY -- October 22

LAKE COUNTY -- October 22

MARION COUNTY -- October 25

ORANGE COUNTY -- October 22

OSCEOLA COUNTY -- October 26

SEMINOLE COUNTY -- October 22

SUMTER COUNTY -- October 23

VOLUSIA COUNTY -- October 27

Tampa Bay Area

CITRUS COUNTY -- October 26

HERNANDO COUNTY -- October 24

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY -- October 22

MANATEE COUNTY -- October 24

PASCO COUNTY -- October 24

PINELLAS COUNTY -- October 22

POLK COUNTY -- October 25