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Voter Registration Deadline For City's Runoff Election is April 15

Even if you didn't vote in the March election for City Commissioner, you can still register to vote for the runoff election.

Did you miss your chance to vote in the March City Commission election? 

You can still register to vote in time for the My 14 runoff City Commission election, as the deadline is April 15. 

Residents of the City of Sarasota must be registered by Monday, April 15 to be eligible to vote in the May 14 Second (runoff) Election for the at-large city commission seat. New voter registrations must be postmarked by April 15 or delivered in person to any supervisor of elections office not later than 5 p.m., April 15. 

Supervisor of Elections (SOE) Kathy Dent urges all voters to verify and update their registration information prior to election day. A voter may check his or her voter registration status by going to the SOE website (www.SarasotaVotes.com). Select “Voter Information” from the menu and then select “Voter Lookup” and follow the easy instructions.

New registrations, signature updates, name changes and address changes from one county to another must be submitted on a Florida Voter Registration Application.  Address changes within the county may be made by phone or in writing.  

Florida Voter Registration Application forms are available at all supervisor of elections offices, city halls, county libraries and offices, and social service agencies, and may be downloaded from the SOE website.

For more information, call the supervisor of elections office at (941) 861-8600 or write to Supervisor of Elections, PO Box 4194, Sarasota, FL 34230-4194.

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