If you vote at a public polling place in Miami Dade, you WILL be allowed to use the bathroom.
Chief Deputy Supervisor of Elections Christina White says they can't say the same thing about private polling places.
She says bathrooms are open at public polling places, but if you cast a ballot at a private business, restroom use is left up to the owner.
White says they have about 550 polling places throughout the county which is why they need to utilize public and private facilities.
(Photo: JACK GUEZ / 2014 AFP)