Pinellas County makes 198 voters 'inactive'10/11/07 Mitch E. Perry
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Florida election law dictates that when a citizen moves within a county, you must notify your Supervisor of Elections office. otherwise, you are not considered an active voter.
What that means is that if you moved from Largo to St. Petersburg within the past year and didnâ€™t notify the county, you could only vote in next Januaryâ€™s primary election by filling out a provisional ballot.
Maggie Hall from the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections office said today that 198 voters have been "inactive."
In addition, the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections office says that 126 address confirmations will be mailed, and 830 final address confirmations will be mailed.
If you think you might be one of these voters considered inactive by the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections office, you can call (727) 464-6108 or visit VotePinellas.