MIAMI – SOCATHEVOTE.COM will be on-site at the Annual Miami Carnival Saturday Night Mas, 10PM – 4AM, at the Palmetto Bay Village Center, 18001 Old Cutler Road, Palmetto Bay-Miami, to register voters for the general election. Every Caribbean-American citizen (English, French-Creole, Spanish, Dutch speaking) over the age of 18 is eligible to register and vote in the general elections on November 4th.
Deadline is October 6th for the General Elections on November 4th. Applications must be mailed and postmarked on the deadline date.
Prior to the Saturday Night Mas event on October 4th, eligible voters may also go log on to www.socadvote.com/www.socathevote.com or go to several official agencies to register in person or get voter registration forms, including Florida Driver License Bureau, County libraries, any State public assistance agency, any agencies that provide assistance to disabled persons, a local Armed Forces Recruiting Offices, and your local Supervisor of Elections office.
As politics impacts the life of every citizen regardless of their race, religion, or national origin Caribbean-Americans have a choice to be involved and engaged in these important decisions and in the future leadership of the country. Political decisions are made with or without a citizen’s participation.
Voters should remember the following in their voter registration:
· To update any address, name, or political affiliation changes;
· To be aware of the location of your precinct;
· Voters should update and bring a photo ID that contains a signature.