As disabled voters in Florida, you need to need to know where to go! Polling places are specific locations set up for voting, such as schools, churches, libraries, or other public buildings. Check your voter information card or get in touch with your local Supervisor of Elections office to find your polling place and its hours of operation on Election Day, which are usually from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Remember, you must cast your ballot at your assigned polling place where you’re registered. You can avoid long lines by checking with your Supervisor of Elections office for the least busy times of the day. However, keep in mind that some polling places, like churches, may not have ADA accessible bathrooms. Lastly, make sure you have everything you need to vote by consulting the “What ID Do You Need” list.