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How to Register to Vote

If you are 18 years old, a U.S. citizen, and a resident of Liberty County you may register to vote. Sixteen and seventeen year olds may preregister and
will receive their card in the mail after their 18th birthday. You are not entitled to register if... 

* You have been adjudicated mentally incapacitated with regard to voting in Florida or any other state and you have not had your rights restored pursuant to law. 
* You have been convicted of any felony by any court of record and you have not had your right to vote restored pursuant to law.

Having your right to vote restored requires a formal application process through the Office of Executive Clemency in Tallahassee. For further information, contact them directly at (850) 488-2952, or Click Here for access to their website.

To register to vote you must complete a Florida Voter Registration Application.  A currently registered voter may use the Florida Voter Registration Application to do the following:

  • Address Change
  • Party Change
  • Name Change
  • Card Replacement
  • Signature Update

With the implementation of the Florida Voter Registration System (FVRS), which is a statewide database of all registered voters, a voter who is currently registered in another county and moves to a new location within the state of Florida will now only be required to complete an address change instead of a new registration.  A voter registration application must be completed indicating the address change.
Click here for On-line registration

 Registration applications may also be obtained at any of the following locations:

  • Supervisor of Elections Office;
  • All U.S. Post Offices in Liberty County;
  • Driver's License Offices;
  • Public Libraries;
  • Social Service agencies;
  • Veterans Affairs offices;
  • Public Assistance Agencies;
  • Armed Forces Recruiting Offices;
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Locations;
  • Workers Compensation Offices; 
  • WIC locations;
  • Thompson's Store in Telogia; and
  • Sumatra Grocery in Sumatra.

You may also call the Supervisor of Elections (850) 643-5226 to have a voter registration form mailed to you or you can register on-line

When registering, if you'd like more information on registered political parties in the state of Florida, click here:  List of Political Parties in Florida

After completing and signing the voter registration application, it can be mailed (see note below) or delivered to the Supervisor of Elections' office. A
voter information card will be mailed to the applicant approximately one week after the application is processed.

On October 29, 2002, federal legislationthe Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA) was signed into law.  Florida legislation was passed to incorporate HAVA into our own election laws.  One element of HAVA requires that individuals who register by mail on or after January 1, 2003 and have not previously been registered in the state of Florida and do not qualify for one of several exemptions, must provide a copy of a current and valid identification along with their application.

Click here for a list of acceptable identification: Registering by Mail


 

Page Updated  11/4/2015 MS