Where you vote and how many people are assigned to your polling location has a great impact on how easy it is for you to vote.
While Florida law sets some limits and requirements, supervisors of election ultimately decide where voting happens and have great influence on how many precincts a county has. Research has shown that voters are less likely to vote the further they must travel to their polling place, with estimates of 2%-5% reductions in turnout for every quarter mile increase. Factoring in other costs results in even higher rates of voter suppression.
Reducing the number of polling locations likewise has been shown to reduce turnout, with one study finding a consolidation resulted in a 3% reduction. What sort of location is used for voting also matters. Voting in churches has been shown to influence voter choice on same-sex marriage, anti-abortion and other referenda on social issues, while voting in schools seems to be related to increased support for school funding measures.