JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- On Monday, the Duval County Supervisor of Elections Office mailed Voter Registration/Information Cards.
All 529,480 registered voters in Duval County should check their mail for a new voter card.
Registered voters are encouraged to check and make sure all their information is correct on the card.
New cards could potentially provide voters with their new district, new precinct numbers and polling location.
Part of the redistricting process requires the Duval County Supervisor of Elections office to mail new cards to all registered voters. The redistricting process redrew precinct lines to conform to new district boundaries.
If a voter sees any personal information on the card is incorrect, they are asked to contact the Duval County Supervisor of Elections Office at (904) 630-1414.
Voters may also contact the Elections Office if they have not received their cards by July 27 or if they need a replacement card.
It is not required to have your Voter Information/Registration Cards to vote. The cards are used for informational purposes and voters should bring an acceptable photo and signature ID to the polls.
Election day in Florida will occur August 14.
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