In the state of Florida, if you move to a new address within the same county, you simply need to change your address by notifying the Supervisor of Elections in your county, either by telephone, in writing, or via e-mail. If you move to another county within the state of Florida, however, you must change your address by completing and submitting the Florida Voter Registration Form to the Supervisor of Elections in your new county. You can also change your address when you go to the polls to vote. If you remain at the same address, however, you will continue to be registered to vote.
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