This page contains information on how you can update your Florida voter registration record.
If you are not registered in Florida, visit Register to Vote for information on how to register for the first time.
How Can I Update my Voter Registration Record?
You can use any of these options to update your voter registration record.
You can update your registration by visiting RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov, Florida's online voter registration system.
You will need your Florida driver’s license or ID card, and the last four digits of your Social Security number to update your registration completely online.
If you do not have a Florida driver’s license or ID card, you can use the system to generate a paper voter registration application. You can then print and mail the paper application.
Update by Mail
You can update your registration through the mail by completing a Florida Voter Registration Application (PDF) and mailing it to our office:
Leon County Supervisor of Elections Office
P.O. Box 7357
Tallahassee, FL 32314
If you don't have a printer, call us at (850)606-8683 and we will mail you an application.
Update When Getting Florida Driver's License or ID
You can update your registration when you apply for or update your driver’s license or ID card at the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles or the Leon County Tax Collector’s Office.
For further information about driver's licenses, and ID cards, please visit the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles website.
Update in Person
You can register in person at our office or at any of the other government offices listed below:
Leon County Supervisor of Elections Office
Leon County Tax Collector Offices:
Armed Forces Recruitment Offices
Offices that servce persons with disabilities:
Your address is an important part of your voter registration record. Where you live determines your Election Day polling place and which races appear on your ballot. We also send important election mail to your address, such as your Vote-by-Mail ballot. If you move and do not update your address, your registration may be marked as inactive and eventually removed from the voter registration rolls.
If you have moved or changed your mailing address, please update your voter registration information as soon as possible.
Moving Within Leon County
You will need to update your voter registration record to match your new address. You can use any of the methods mentioned above to update your address. You can also call our office at (850) 606-8683 and we can update your address over the phone.
Moving to Leon County from Another Florida County
You will need to update your voter registration record to match your new home address. You can use any of the methods mentioned above to update your address. You can also call our office at (850) 606-8683 and we can update your address over the phone.
Moving from Leon County to Another Florida County
Contact the County Supervisor of Elections in your new county to update your voter registration record to match your new home address.
Moving to Leon County from Outside Florida
You will need to register for the first time in Florida. Contact the elections office in your prior state to learn how you can cancel your registration there. Then, follow the directions on our Register to Vote page to register in Leon County.
Moving Away from Florida
Complete a Cancellation of Registration form (PDF) and we will deactivate your Florida voter registration record. Then, contact the elections office in your new state to learn how you can register to vote there.
Your signature is used to verify your identify on petitions, Vote-by-Mail ballot certificates, and other documents. A signature mismatch could cause your Vote-by-Mail ballot to be rejected.
If your signature has changed over time, it is important to update the record with our office. You can update your signature by completing a voter registration applications (PDF) and sending it to our office. We must receive your signature update before we receive your Vote-by-Mail ballot.
We can accept your signature update by mail, hand-delivery, email, or fax.
Mail: P.O. Box 7357, Tallahassee, FL 32314-7357
Hand-delivery: 2990-1 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee, FL 32301
You are not required to register with a political party. However, Florida is a “closed primary” election state. The races and candidates that appear on your primary election ballot depend on your party affiliation.
You may only vote in a partisan race in a primary election if you are a registered member of that political party. However, there are non-partisan races on the primary ballot. You can vote in these races regardless of your party affiliation.
In addition, if all candidates for an office have the same party affiliation, and the winner of the primary will be elected to office, then you can vote in that race regardless of party affiliation. This is known as an “universal primary.”
In a general election, you can vote for any candidates on your ballot, regardless of party affiliation.
You can view a list of political parties on the Division of Elections Political Party webpage.
If you need to make other changes to your voter registration record, such as a change to your phone number or email address, you can use any of the methods listed above to update your information.
You can update your existing Florida voter registration record at any time. However, if you wish to change your party affiliation before a primary election, you must make the change at least 29 days before that election.