2020 Election News

Time to Vote in Florida, Arizona & Illinois: Polling Information for Super Tuesday

Mar 17

On Tuesday, March 17th, voters in Florida, Arizona and Illinois can go to the ballots and vote in-person for the Democratic presidential candidate.

In recent elections, voter turnout for primaries has been very low, with many states seeing fewer than 10% of eligible voters casting votes. This should be considered against the 60% turnout that is seen in voting for the General Election. This low turn out means that there is a lot of room to improve, and each vote matters.

If you live in Florida, Arizona or Illinois, read to find out if you are eligible to vote today.

Voting in Illinois

Voting in Illinois is open. Any state resident can register to vote, and same day registration is possible.

To register to vote in Illinois, click here.

Voting in Florida

To vote in Florida, you must register as Democrat before the primary – the deadline is February 18th.

If you are registered, click here to find a polling place near you.

Voting in Arizona

To vote in Arizona, you must register as Democrat before the primary – the deadline is February 18th.

Learn more about how to get out and vote.