Election departments warn of unofficial 'mailers'

Published: Sep. 24, 2018 at 6:03 PM EDT
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The Levy County Supervisor of Elections is saying many people received a mailer over the weekend, but they want the public to know that they did not come from the office.

If you received this mailer, it does NOT necessarily mean that you are not registered to vote. The language is misleading and often names or addresses on these mailers will be wrong. If you would like to check your registration status, visit the website at and click on the Check My Voter Status tab in the top left, or call the supervisor of elections office at (352)486-5163.


Also, in Marion County citizens are being advised to be on the lookout for an unofficial political mailer coming from an out-of-state group that may be misleading and inaccurate. Earlier this month, similar mailings were sent by the Center for Voter Information (CVI) which have in the past used outdated and incorrect data to solicit voter registrations.

The mailings are being sent to already registered voters and deceased persons showing that they may not be registered to vote and includes a blank voter registration form. the Marion County Supervisor of Elections Office is receiving multiple complaints from citizens that have received this letter in error.

Please be advised that neither the Marion County Supervisor of Elections nor the Florida Secretary of State has printed or mailed these letters and are in no way affiliated with this group.

For more information about your voter registration, visit to check voter status or call our office at 352-620-3290.