Thousands of voters in Osceola County will soon be marked “inactive” on the voter registration list if they don’t respond to the Osceola County Supervisor of Elections Office. Mary Jane Arrington’s office is reaching out to the community hoping people will update their voter statuses.
As required by Florida law, the Osceola County Supervisor of Elections is conducting voter list maintenance. The law calls for certain voters to be labeled inactive. In May, the Osceola County Supervisor of Elections Office sent notices to voters whose mail was returned as undeliverable or have had no activity. The notice requires voters to complete the form and return to the Elections Office within 30 days. Alternatively, voters can complete the online voter registration application found at www.voteosceola.gov or call us at 407-742-6000.
Any voter who received this notice and doesn’t respond, will be labeled inactive. There are roughly 36,000 voters who were sent this notice who have not responded. The total number of registered voters shown on the Osceola County Supervisor of Elections website will change when these voters are labeled inactive, in accordance with Florida law.
For trusted information about state and local elections, visit the Osceola County Supervisor of Elections website voteosceola.gov, and the Florida Department of State’s website at DOS.Myflorida.com/elections.
For additional information, please visit www.voteosceola.gov or call 407-742-6000.