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Read about state law and other regulations political committees must follow.
Political Committee Reporting
Financial Political Committee Reports
See a list of committee campaign information and access to reports as of Jan. 1, 2005.
Campaign Treasurer's Reports must be filed by Miami-Dade County Committees with the Miami-Dade County Supervisor of Elections via the Online Reporting application.
To access the application, you must first obtain a login ID and password from the Elections Department.
Online submissions must be received no later than midnight on the day designated, per Florida Statute 106.0705(3). Any report that is received electronically after will be considered late and shall be subject to a fine in accordance with Florida Statute 106.07(8)(b).
To review the reporting schedule, please visit the Committee Handbook.
Read about recent legislative changes.
Each political party and each candidate may have one watcher in each polling room or early voting area at any one time during the election.
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Data and Document Requests
Documents and data, including district maps, voter data and vote by mail ballot information, can be requested from the Elections Department.
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