Get out and vote for Florida’s natural future

The conservation community’s vote has never been more crucial to protect our natural resources and lands. Here’s why your action matters:

  • Your vote can help increase funding for important conservation work. By casting your vote, you can help protect land and water resources, restore important natural ecosystems, and even purchase land.
  • Your vote can direct funds to conservation work close to home. You can make a difference by supporting a local candidate who will fight to direct funds to your county or region.
  • By voting, you can help move our state and nation toward more sustainable energy solutions and more. The state of the environment we leave the next generation depends on the action you take.

You can send a signal about what is important to you when you vote along party lines or for a particular candidate. Your vote gives you a voice.

Register by Oct. 5 to vote

To vote in the Nov. 3 election, you must register by Monday, Oct. 5. To register, you must be a U.S. citizen, a Florida resident, and at least 18 years old. You must not have been declared mentally incapacitated in Florida or any other state, nor be a convicted felon whose voting rights have not been restored.

You’ll need a Florida driver’s license or identification card, as well as the last four digits of your social security number. If you don’t have a Florida-issued ID, you can register by mail to vote. However, you will need to provide a utility bill, paycheck or government check or document that bears your name and address.

Not sure if you’re registered to vote in the state of Florida? Click here to check.

Ready to register? Here’s how

Now, determine how you’ll vote:

Regardless of your party affiliation and political preference, we hope you’ll vote to support Florida’s native, natural future!