Escambia County Supervisor of Elections David Stafford today announced that his office is mailing Address Confirmation Final Notices to more than 17,000 voters who have neither voted nor requested to update their address since the 2018 General Election. Under Florida's voter list maintenance procedures, voters who receive this notice must respond within 30 days or be placed on the inactive voter list.
Voters on the inactive list may be restored to the active voter list after confirming their current address. A voter who remains on the inactive voter list for two consecutive general elections without updating their registration, requesting a vote-by-mail ballot, or appearing to vote will be removed from the Florida Voter Registration System.
Notices are sent by forwardable mail, feature the official USPS Election Mail logo, and include a postage-paid, pre-addressed return envelope. Voters can always check the status of their voter registration by visiting EscambiaVotes.gov/am-i-registered or by calling (850) 595-3900 during regular business hours. Most changes to a voter's record can be made by visiting RegistertoVoteFlorida.gov.