Today is the last day to cast a ballot for the presidential primaries and the city commission.
Despite a lawsuit filed yesterday by several activist groups and a UF organization for refusing to extend vote-by-mail ballots amid concerns from COVID-19, voting is still going on as planned right now.
Because of concerns from COVID-19 and a church fire, two of the county's precincts have been moved. The county is taking precautions by practicing social distancing between voters, cleaning work areas and washing hands regularly.
Here's everything you need to know about today's election:
Where can I go vote?
You have to go vote at your precinct, which is determined by address.
Precinct 21: North Central Florida YMCA, 5201 NW 34th Blvd.
Precinct 23: Wyndham Garden Gainesville, 2900 SW 13th St.
Precinct 25: Santa Fe College Blount Center, 401 NW 6th St.
Precinct 55: Gateway Christian Center, 5135 NW 21st St.
Precinct 57: Creekside Community Church, 2640 NW 39th Ave.
Precinct 61: Millhopper Branch Library, 3145 NW 43rd St.
You can search by address on the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections website to find your precinct.
Here's what you need to know about the elections, candidates and issues at the forefront of local and national campaigns:
Q: Who are the Democratic and Republican presidential nominees? What are their platform points? Where and when can I vote in Alachua County? What do I need to bring to the polls?
Q: Who are the City Commission candidates? What are their campaign finances? What do they think is the biggest issue Gainesville faces?
Q: How do DACA recipients and international students, some who are unable to vote, feel about the primary election?
Q: What do black UF students want from presidential candidates?
A: Click here
Q: What fears do Muslim voters have of the election season?
This story will include more information as election day draws closer. Check back for updates.
A woman votes in the presidential primary election at the the Summit View Church of the Nazarene Tuesday, March 10, 2020, in Kansas City, Mo. The polling place served two precincts as voters who were scheduled to vote at a nearby senior living facility were directed to vote at the church after the facility backed out due to coronavirus concerns. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)