How to vote in Gulf County
Tuesday, November 8 is election day, and the last day to vote in the 2022 midterm and local races.
The polls open at 7 a.m. EST and clost at 7 p.m. EST throughout gulf county, regardless of the time zone of the polling location.
Here’s how you can cast your vote:
How to vote
For election day, November 8, voters can look up which precinct they belong to on the supervisor of elections’ website.
Those who are not yet registered to vote will not be able to vote in the election.
In order to vote at any precinct, voters must produce one of the following current and valid picture identifications:
- Florida Driver’s License
- Florida ID card issued by the Dept. of Highway safety & Motor Vehicles
- United States Passport
- Debit or Credit Card
- Military Identification
- Student Identification
- Retirement Center Identification
- Neighborhood Association Identification
- Public Assistance Identification
If the picture identification does not contain a signature, an additional identification with a signature will be required. It is not mandatory that you bring your Voter’s Information Card with you to vote. This card is intended only to inform you that you are a registered voter, what district races you are able to vote on, what precinct you are registered in and the location of your polling place.
Those who are in line to vote at 7 p.m. EST will be permitted to vote.