West Palm Beach, Fla. – With the deadline to register to vote in the general election just days away, Constitutional Tax Collector Anne Gannon reminds Palm Beach County residents of the state’s voter registration requirements. Residents do not need a driver license or state identification card to register to vote.
“Residents can use a passport, a military or student identification card, or any other ID that includes a photo,” Gannon said. “At our offices, we continue to schedule driver license appointments only and at the same time clients may update their registration or register to vote for the first time.”
Residents may also use the last four digits of their Social Security number to register to vote. If you do not have a Social Security number, you will have to print, sign, and then deliver your completed voter registration application to the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections office.
Register to vote in the following ways:
- Online at https://registertovoteflorida.gov/home
- In-person at the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections office
- In-person at our office during your driver license or state identification card appointment. Due to COVID-19, appointments are required, and walk-ins are not accepted. As a reminder, appointments are reserved for Palm Beach County residents only.
Friday, October 2, 2020
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