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Amendment 4

Amendment 4, as passed by Florida voters on November 8, 2018, restored the voting rights of Floridians with felony convictions who have completed all terms of their sentence, including parole or probation. Amendment 4 does not apply to those convicted of murder or sexual offenses; persons convicted of those crimes continue to be permanently barred from voting unless the Clemency Board, composed of the governor and cabinet, vote to restore their voting rights through a case-by-case process.

Any eligible voter whose voting rights have been restored and wishes to register to vote can download a Florida Voter Registration Application (English PDF, Division of Elections Website). The application should be printed, the required information filled out and signed, and either dropped off at our office or mailed to:

P.O. Box 562001
Orlando, FL 32856-2001

Download a Florida Voter Registration Application (Spanish PDF, Division of Elections Website)

The deadline to update your party affiliation or register to vote in the August primary election is Monday, July 20.

In compliance with a recent court order, below are two documents that can help Floridians with felony convictions with the process of checking their eligibility and registering to vote.

Request for an Advisory Opinion (English, PDF)
Request for an Advisory Opinion (Spanish, PDF)

Standards Governing Eligibility to Vote after a Felony Conviction (English, PDF)
Standards Governing Eligibility to Vote after a Felony Conviction (Spanish, PDF)

This page will be updated as more information becomes available. Please contact us if you have any questions.