MIAMI -

Early voting for the August 26 primary begins Monday in Miami-Dade County. Twenty locations will be open various hours for 14 days to accommodate voters.

Voters who are registered in Miami-Dade County can go to any of the locations during the early voting period, which ends Sunday, August 24. On Election Day, they must go to their assigned precinct. 

For a full list of the locations and other voter information call 311 or click here. Hours vary by location and several locations used in previous election years are no longer in use. During the two-week period, voters will be able to check approximate wait times online before heading to the polls. 

Early voting in Broward County begins Friday and also runs through August 24.