TAMPA, Fla. -- More than five million Floridians have already cast ballots in the 2018 midterm election, with nearly half those votes coming via mail-in ballots. But, voters who want to know if their vote was received and accepted may want to go online before Election Day to confirm there were no problems.

Mail-in ballots have a higher rejection rate than any other type of voting, largely because they were not received in time. But mismatched -- or forgotten -- signatures are also a common issue that could void out votes.

Each county's supervisor of elections has a webpage where you can check the status of your mail-in ballot.

You can also go to the Florida Department of State's website to confirm your registration, then click the link at the bottom of your personal page to head directly to the county's record of your mail-in ballot.

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Click or tap your county below to check your mail-in ballot status (in alphabetical order):

Citrus

Hernando

Hillsborough

Manatee

Pasco

Pinellas

Polk

Sarasota

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