Welcome to the home of NoMi Votes - a web page dedicated to providing registered and potential voters information about upcoming elections. Voting is a constitutional right and it is central to our nation’s democracy. When you vote, you exercise your right to be heard.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with questions, suggestions, or if you require additional information. The Office of the City Clerk and NoMi Votes is here to serve and inform you.
—Vanessa Joseph, Elected City Clerk, City of North Miami
2020 Dates to Know
Last day to register to vote for November 3rd General Election. The deadline to request a vote-by-mail ballot is 5:00 p.m. on the tenth day before the election.
To register to vote, please visit: miamidade.gov/elections.
Saturday, October 24 , 2020 at 5:00 pm
Last day to request a Vote-by-Mail Ballot for the November General Election
Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Three Ways to Vote
- Early Voting
- At Your Polling Precinct on Election Day
Make sure your voter registration information is up to date at MiamiDade.gov/Elections.
For more information, please visit the Miami-Dade County Elections Department.
By Charter, the City of North Miami hosts municipal elections every two years to elect the Mayor and City Council members by district. Each election year, North Miami voters elect to fill the Mayoral seat and two Council district representatives. The elections are administered by Miami-Dade County Elections Department, in partnership with the North Miami Office of the City Clerk.
Elected Official Descriptions
The Mayor position is elected to a two-year term. Each individual can serve a maximum of two consecutive terms.
The City Clerk is elected to four-year terms. Beginning with the election in 2013, the City Clerk can serve a maximum of two consecutive four-year terms. All candidates in North Miami municipal elections must win by a 50% plus 1 margin.
The City Council is elected by district to four-year terms. Beginning with the election in 2013, Council representatives can serve a maximum of two consecutive four-year terms.