MIAMI (WSVN) - If you were one of the 6.5 million people who voted early in Florida, you can make sure your vote was counted.
The Florida early voter database, which is on the Florida Division of Elections website, allows voters to search for their name by the county in which they voted.
The website says each county “must report to the state daily Early Voting activity, starting one day after the county’s early voting period starts and ending one day after the period ends.”
You can visit the database website here.
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