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Only A Florida Resident Will Be Able To Pass This Test

Florida, it's your time to shine! Early voting begins as early as Oct. 19 in some counties and starts statewide Oct. 24 — check out makeaplan.com/go today to ensure your voice is heard before Nov. 3. And remember — anyone can vote early.

  1. Let's start simple: What's the capital of the Sunshine State?

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    Tallahassee is Florida's capital city.

  2. Which body of water does Florida border?

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    Florida borders both the Atlantic and the Gulf — the only state in the US to do so.

  3. True or false: Florida has the longest coastline in the US.

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    While large (13,576 kilometers), Florida has the second longest coastline, behind Alaska.

  4. Florida's in-person early voting period begins...

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    While voting dates in Florida may vary by location, early voting in the state begins as soon as Oct. 19. This year, anyone can vote early.

  5. True or false: Voters must sign their return envelope before sending in their vote-by-mail ballot.

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    Don't miss out on an opportunity to have your voice heard. Visit makeaplan.com/go today to ensure you're set to vote.

  6. Which Florida city is the southernmost point in the continental US?

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    Key West holds the southernmost point within the continental United States. They've even got a buoy to commemorate it.

  7. Florida's state bird is the...

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    The mockingbird is indeed the state bird of Florida.

  8. Which of the following count as valid forms of ID when voting on Election Day?

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    It's true — your Florida license, your United States passport, and even your debit or credit card may be used as forms of identification when you go to vote.

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Voting early means securing your voice in this year's presidential election. Make a plan to vote this election at makeaplan.com/go, whether you're voting in person or by mail!

You can also call the Voter Protection Hotline 833-VOTE-FLA (833-868-3352) for answers to your voting questions.

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