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We at Temple Beth Sholom seek to become a 100% voting community. This means that all eligible members that will be 18 years of age and older at election time register to vote! Our national election is scheduled for November 3, 2020. Voter registration can occur through this website. The deadline to register is October 5 for the general election.

Given safety concerns amidst the pandemic, we are encouraging ALL Temple members to sign up to vote-by-mail. Click here to request a vote-by-mail ballot by October 24. After you’ve voted on a mail-in ballot, you can track the status of your ballot online. You can always change your mind if you decide to vote in person at the time of the election. If you do so, make sure to bring your unused mail-in ballot with you to your local polling station, and a poll worker will exchange that for an in-person ballot.

A small group of our Social Justice Network, along with leaders from URJ's Religious Action Center and three other Miami-Dade reform congregations, recently attended a Zoom meeting with our Miami-Dade Supervisor of Elections, Christina White. Supervisor White was very clear that Voting By Mail (VBM) and returning your ballot via U.S. Post Office is, by far, the safest and easiest way to cast a ballot.  VBM ballots must be received by the Election Supervisor by 7:00 p.m. on Nov. 3rd, 2020. Make sure to sign and date the outside of your ballot before returning it. To ensure timely receipt, either return your ballot:

  1. By US MailThe strong recommendation is to mail your ballot by no later than October 27th, or one week before Election Day.
  2. By Drop Box: Every Early Voting site (33 locations) in Miami-Dade will have a drive-through Drop Box to deposit your completed VBM ballots. Early Voting is from October 19th  through November 1st, 7 am - 7 pm. Find Early Voting locations here. It is helpful to bring I.D. with you to the drop off, but it is NOT required. 


If your ballot was not signed inside the red box on the back of ­­­­the envelope or if your signature does not match, you can fix the problem by following the instructions here by 5 PM on November 5th, two days after the election.

Important Dates:

Voter Registration deadline: October 5th

Vote By Mail ballot request deadline: Oct. 24th 

Return ballot to USPS: Mail by October 27. Must be received by Nov. 3rd by 7 pm.

Return ballot at Early Voting Site Dropbox: October 19th through November 1st. 

Early voting: Oct. 19 - Nov. 1, 7 am – 7 pm. You can vote early at any early voting location. 

Election Day: Nov. 3. You must vote on election day at your assigned polling precinct, which can be found here


Will you commit to civic engagement this election cycle? 

This means I will commit to taking action in the following ways (please mark below): 


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