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Florida Voter Registration Deadlines

Posted by Benjamin Dona on Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008 at 7:51pm.

The deadline for registering to vote in Florida are drawing nearer. Especially for the August 26th Florida primary elections. Residents intending to vote in that primary have only until Monday, July 28th to complete the voter registration process. Those who want to vote in the general election on November 4th have more time as that deadline isn't until Monday October 6th.

And, if you have moved, you need to contact your Supervisor of Elections as both Federal and State laws require you to vote in your precinct of residence. If you simply moved within the same county, you may provide a signed, written notice, call or send an e-mail to your Supervisor of Elections. However, if you've moved to another Florida county, use the Florida Voter Registration Application to change your address. You can obtain a Florida Voter Registration Application online by visiting http://election.dos.state.fl.us/voter-registration.

To be eligible to register, voters must be U.S. citizens, at least 18 years old on or before the Election Day and a resident of the county in which they are registering. For voting registration and other voter information you can contact the Lee County Supervisor of Elections Office at 239-533-8683 or www.leeelections.com and the collier County Supervisor of Elections at 239-252-8450 or www.colliervotes.com.

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