Florida’s primary election is Aug. 23, and it has something for everyone, regardless of party affiliation.
While the primary will have several elections that are only open to members of political parties, there will also be elections for county commissioners, school board members and county and circuit judges. All of these elections are nonpartisan, meaning everyone who is registered can vote in them.
There will also be universal primaries, which is a party primary that is open to everyone living in that district.
Here’s what you need to know to vote in the 2022 Florida primary.
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