It’s time to vote, even though Florida’s presidential primary election isn’t for another 10 days.
Two-thirds of Florida’s 67 counties opened early voting sites on Saturday.
Most of the early-voting stations will stay open until three days before the election on March 15. Some counties like Miami-Dade, Broward and Hillsborough will keep them open until two days before the election.
The counties that opened polls on Saturday include two of the state’s most populous – Broward and Palm Beach counties.
Other counties – including large ones such as Miami-Dade, Hillsborough and Orange – opened up early-voting sites last Monday.