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    Everything you need to know

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    Important Dates

    • cat iconFL Primary Election Deadlines

    • August 23, 2022: Primary Election
    • cat iconFL General Election Deadlines

    • November 8, 2022: General Election

    Important Dates

    • cat iconFL Primary Election Deadlines

    • August 23, 2022: Primary Election
    • cat iconFL General Election Deadlines

    • November 8, 2022: General Election
    Teach Coalition is a nonpartisan tax-exempt organization that does not support or oppose any candidate, political party, political action committee, or social welfare organization.

    Q&A

    What are the 2022 Florida elections for?

    In additional to the Governor’s race, the 2022 elections include every senate and house seat in the state. It’s rare to have every seat up for grabs and is only due to the fact that the state is going through redistricting from the 2020 census.

    What is a Primary election?

    Many races will be decided in the August 2022 primary. Historically, only 20% of voters cast a ballot in the primary, meaning you can either make your voice heard or let 20% of people choose for you.

    Who can vote in a Primary election?

    Florida’s closed-primary system means that you can only cast a ballot for your party’s primary races. If you want to affect a particular race, you can switch your party up until 30 days prior to an election. However, most primaries also have non-partisan races in which every voter can vote regardless of party affiliation.

    How can I vote?

    Florida offers vote-by-mail 30 days prior to an election, early voting 14 days prior, and election day voting.

    I think my party will lose. Why should I vote?

    Every time you vote, your “voter score” increases. Candidates and legislators evaluate voters by their score and will often put in more effort into their relationships with strong voters. The act of voting itself sends a clear message to our elected officials that we are “in the game” and should be taken seriously.

    Why is strong voter turnout important for our community?

    Our vote is our voice. As a community with nonpublic schools and unique needs it is vital that we show our elected officials that we register and vote, and it is worth their effort to address our needs and earn our vote.

    When we vote, elected officials take note.

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    Questions?

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    Teach Coalition is a nonpartisan tax-exempt organization that does not support or oppose any candidate, political party, political action committee, or social welfare organization.

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