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Public Notice


The deadline to register to vote or change your political party affiliation in order to participate in an upcoming election is 29 days before the election. The registration deadlines for upcoming elections in 2024 are:  •  Primary Election: July 22, 2024 • General Election: October 7, 2024 If you wish to register to vote or change your political party affiliation, visit If you have relocated from another Florida county to Baker County or relocated within Baker County change your address with the Supervisor of Elections office as soon as possible.




Potentially Ineligible Voters

Public Notice - Potentially Ineligible Voters

In accordance with Florida law (Section 98.075, Florida Statutes), when our office receives credible and reliable information that a voter is potentially ineligible to vote we notify them by mail. If that mail is returned as undeliverable, we post a public notice here. Voters who would like to receive information regarding the basis for their potential ineligibility and the procedure to resolve the matter must contact our office within 30 days of the date of the notice. Failure to respond within 30 days of the notice date may result in removal from the statewide voter registration system. Due to the recent passing of Senate Bill 7050, notices of potential ineligibility can be posted on the Supervisor's website.  


Notice to Potentially Ineligible Voters:







The listed voters should contact us within 30 days of notice to receive information regarding the basis for the potential ineligibility and how to resolve the matter.

Failure to respond within 30 days may result in a determination of ineligibility and removal from the statewide voter registration system.

Any voter who denies the accuracy of the information underlying the potential ineligibility has a right to request an eligibility hearing.

If assistance is needed, voters can contact the Elections Office at (904) 259-6339 or visit our office located at 32 N. 5th St. Suite A, Macclenny, FL 32063.


Voting by Potentially Ineligible Voters

If you attempt to vote at an Early Voting site or your normal Election Day polling place, you will be required to vote a provisional ballot. If you vote by mail, your ballot will be treated as a provisional ballot.

In either case, your ballot may not be counted until a final determination of eligibility is made.

If you wish for your ballot to be counted, you must contact the Supervisor of Elections Office within two days after the election and present evidence that you are eligible to vote.