More than 1,000 of the new voter cards were returned to the Supervisor of Election’s Office on Monday. All had no forwarding addresses, so if you are a Leon County voter and have not received your new voter card by now, this is the time to call.
The new cards were sent out after the switch to a statewide database.
Ion Sancho, Leon County Supervisor of Elections, said, "We have discovered wrong information on those cards. The database still has quite a few bugs to be worked out, so voters, when you get those voter information cards, check it over."
Voters are asked to check their date of birth and party affiliation. Wrong information could create problems on election day.
To make a correction or if you did not receive a card, call the Supervisor of Election’s Office at 606-VOTE.
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