INFORMATION FOR EX-FELONS WHO
WANT TO REGISTER TO VOTE
Effective January 8th, 2019- Floridians with felony convictions who have
completed ALL the terms of their sentences (excluding murderers and felony sex
offenders) can register to vote.
When registering to vote, everyone must check a box that says they have not
been convicted of a felony or, if they have, their rights have been restored.
If you have not fulfilled all the terms of your sentence
, by checking the box on the
form you are providing incorrect information and can be charged with a 3rd
, carrying jail time and a fine.
To find out whether you are eligible to register, contact:
FLORIDA RIGHTS RESTORATION COALITION
877-698-6830 (toll free)
If you were registered before being convicted, you must re-register.
In order to vote, your
application must be received no later than 29 days before an election.
You can register at any office of the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections, public libraries, the DMV, VA and through any organization authorized to register voters, such as the League of Women Voters.