Alachua County Voters Will Receive New Voter Information Cards Once Redistricting is Complete

Press release from Alachua County Supervisor of Elections

Redistricting is the drawing of congressional and state legislative districts to adjust for uneven growth in different parts of the state. This occurs once every ten years immediately following the United States Census.

The Florida Legislature is responsible for drawing the maps. We anticipate receiving the final maps from the legislature soon.

Part of our role in redistricting is to redraw precinct lines within electoral districts throughout the county as needed. All changes will be submitted to the Board of County Commissioners for approval.

Due to the ongoing process of redistricting, effective immediately, we will no longer be mailing Voter Information Cards. All registered voters in Alachua County will receive a new Voter Information Card once the redistricting process is complete and prior to the August 23rd Primary. Make sure to review your card carefully as polling locations may change!