2019 Election Information

NOVEMBER 5, 2019
GENERAL ELECTION INFORMATION

List of Candidates

List of Committees

VOTER INFORMATION

Important Dates for Voters  *NEW*

Early Voting Information

Last Day to Register to Vote for the General Election is October 7, 2019 by 5 p.m.
Último Día para Registrarse para Votar en la Elección General es el 7 de octubre del 2019 hasta las 5 p. m.

Last Day to Register to Vote for the Run-Off Election (if necessary) is October 21, 2019 by 5 p.m.
Último Día para Registrarse para Votar en las Elecciones de Segunda Vuelta (si es necesario) es el 21 de octubre del 2019 hasta last 5 p. m.

Last Day to Request a Vote-By-Mail Ballot for the General Election is October 26, 2019 by 5 p.m.
Último Día para Solicitar una Boleta de Voto por Correo para la Elección General es el 26 de octubre del 2019 hasta las 5 p. m.

Last Day to Request a Vote-By-Mail Ballot for the Run-Off Election (if necessary) is November 9, 2019 by 5 p.m.
Último Día para Solicitar una Boleta de Voto por Correo para las Elecciones de Segunda Vuelta (si es necesario) es el 9 de noviembre del 2019 hasta las 5 p. m.

CANDIDATE and COMMITTEE INFORMATION

Log-in Page for Candidates and Committees

Financial Report Transaction Search Page

Qualifying by Petition

City of Miami Beach Candidate Handbook (Updated January 2019)

VoterFocus Handbook on How to File Financial Reports Online (Updated November 15, 2016)

Candidate and Campaign Treasurer’s Handbook (Updated September 11, 2018)

The Florida Election Code (Updated June 2018)

Florida Commission on Ethics Guide to the Sunshine Amendment and Code of Ethics for Public Officers and Employees (2019)

Campaign Finance Laws

List of Lobbyists on Procurement Issues, Real Estate Developers, and Lobbyists on Real Estate Development Issues Prohibited from Making Campaign Contributions

List of Vendors Prohibited from Making Campaign Contributions

Important Dates and Deadlines

Election Free Speech Sign Regulations

Miami Beach Precinct Polling Place List

Miami-Dade Elections Department Documents and Items Available

Most Commonly Used Candidate Election Forms & Handbooks

RELEVANT ELECTION STATUTES, CHARTER and CODE SECTIONS

City Commission – Miami Beach City Charter – Article II Sec. 2.01 to 2.08

Election Signs – Free Speech Signs – Miami Beach City Code Article III – Specific District Sign Regulations Sec. 138-61 and Article IV – Temporary Signs Sec. 138-133 and 138-134

Elections – Miami Beach City Charter – Article VI Sec. 6.01 to 6.04

Campaign Finance Reform – Miami Beach City Code – Division 5 Sec. 2-487 to 2-419

Vote-by-Mail – Reporting Requirement – Miami-Dade County Code Sec. 12-14.1

Elections – Miami Beach City Code – Chapter 38 Sec. 38-1 to 38-11

Reporting of Solicitations of Contributions for PCs, ECOs, 501(c)(4) Organizations, and Political Parties – Miami Dade County Code – Sec. 12-14.2.1 to 12.14.2.2

Conflict of Interest and Code of Ethics Ordinance – Miami-Dade County Code Sec. 2-11.1

Election Related Resolutions