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There are only five days left to register to vote for the upcoming August primary election.
The registration deadline for Miami-Dade and Broward voters is July 16, the state supervisor of elections said. The primary election will be held Aug. 14 in both counties.
Those filling out an application must be at least 18 years old, a U.S. citizen and a legal resident of Florida.
Broward County residents can register online and mail their application or can go in person at the Broward County Governmental Center. Forms are also available at any public library. Those who register should receive a card in the mail approximately two to three weeks after it is processed.
To review a Broward County sample ballot, click here.
To review a Miami-Dade County sample ballot, click here.
Anyone registering to vote for the first time in Florida after July 16 will not receive a voter information card until after the election and will therefore be ineligible to vote on Aug. 14, according to the elections office.