New Voter Information Cards En Route this Week
The updated cards will be mass mailed on July 5.
The Pasco County Supervisor of Elections will begin mass mailing new voter information cards to all registered Pasco County Voters on July 5.
The new information cards are being issued s a result of redistricting and will contain information regarding subsequent changes to some legislative boundaries, precincts, and polling locations.
"It's important to let voters know these cards are on their way," Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley said. "They're coming at a time when folks are receiving a lot of mailings from candidates and could easily be mistaken."
Cards will be sent via USPS to the address of record. They are tri-folded, red, white and blue cardstock and will be marked as Official Election Mail. The supervisor of elections' return address will be on the card.
If your voter registration information is not up-to-date you may not receive your new information card. If you have not received your new card within two weeks call the elections' office at 800-851-8754, visit the website, pascovotes.com, or the mobile site, mobile.pascovotes.com, to submit an address change and find your new polling place location.
As a result of redistricting, Pasco County will now be represented by one member of congress, District 12, two state senators, Districts 17 and 18, and three state representatives, Districts 36,37, and 38.
For more information, contact Brian E. Corley, Supervisor of Elections at 800-851-8754 or visit www.pascovotes.com.