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Public Records Exemption for Military Voter Registration Records:
Governor Scott signed HB 185 on June 2, 2015 providing exemption from public release, the records of certain military members and their family. Current and former service members of the United States Armed Forces, Reserve Forces or National Guard who served after 9/11/2001 are eligible to apply for this exemption. Military spouses and voting age children are also able to be protected. Individuals requesting this exemption for their voter registration information must submit a request form to the Supervisor of Elections. Exemption request forms can be found on this website. Simply look under the Voter Information tab on the left-hand side of the homepage and click the Military Request for Exemption of Public Records link. If you have any questions concerning this exemption, please call your Supervisor of Elections office at (850) 838-3515.

Would you like to know more about becoming a Poll Worker? We are currently seeking dedicated civic minded individuals who are interested in serving their community as a poll worker. If you are interested in joining our team or know someone who might be, contact your Supervisor of Elections office at (850)838-3515 or select the Election Information tab on the left hand side of this homepage and click the Election Team Member link.

With Veteran's Day just a few days away, now is a great time to consider submitting your Veteran's picture for our Veterans Wall of Honor in the Supervisor of Elections office. Just click the Vote in Honor of a Veteran tab in the left hand menu to learn more.

 Did you know that registering to vote is simple and free!!! Just click the "Register to Vote/Update Current Registration" red tab above, and complete the online registration application. Once you have completed your application, just print, mail or deliver it to the elections office. When you complete a voter registration application, your information is verified by the State of Florida, and once this verification is complete your Supervisor of Elections will mail you a voter information card. You must be registered to vote at least 29 days prior to an election in order to vote in that election. Note: persons adjudicated mentally incapacitated or convicted felons, who have not had their rights restored, are not eligible to register to vote.


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