It is the responsibility of the voter to keep his or her voter registration current with the Elections Office. If your address, name, choice of party affiliation, or signature has changed, be sure that you notify the Elections Office.
Changes to your voter registration can be made using the Florida Voter Registration Application. You may call the Flagler County Elections Office at (386) 313-4170 to have an application mailed to you or you may complete and print an application online. The application must be signed and the original copy returned to the Elections Office. You may deliver the completed application to the Supervisor of Elections Office at 1769 E. Moody Blvd, Building 2, Suite 101, Bunnell or if you prefer, you may mail it to us at P.O. Box 901, Bunnell, FL 32110.
Online Voter Registration
You may also use Florida's Online Voter Registration System to register to vote or update your voter registration online. The online system can be used to change your name, address or choice of party affliation. Use the following website to submit a new voter registration or update: RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov
Moving within Flagler County
If you have moved and your new address is within Flagler County, you may call the Elections Office at (386) 313-4170. Only the voter him/herself may change an address over the phone. Address changes by phone from friends, family or spouses will not be accepted. You may also send a signed written notice of the change or complete and print a Voter Registration Application. The application must be signed and the original copy returned to the Elections Office. You may bring the completed application to the Flagler County Supervisor of Elections Office at 1769 E. Moody Blvd, Building 2, Suite 101, Bunnell or if you prefer, you may mail it to us at P.O. Box 901, Bunnell, FL 32110. A new Voter Information Card will be sent to you once the change has been processed.
OUT OF COUNTY ADDRESS CHANGES
If you have moved to another county in Florida, you must contact your new county to make a change of address. Use this link to find the contact information for your new county of residence.
Moving out of state?
Please cancel your voter registration. You may use the form below to send us your cancellation in writing. The cancellation request must contain your original signature, copies will not be accepted. Once we receive and process your request, you will no longer be eligible to vote in the state of Florida.
Voter Cancellation Request Form
Cancellations or any changes to your voter registration may be sent to our mailing address:
Supervisor of Elections
PO Box 901
Bunnell, FL 32110-0901
Name changes may not be completed over the phone because we must have your original signature on file. If your name has changed, please complete the Voter Registration Application or use online voter registration at the link below.
USE FLORIDA'S ONLINE VOTER REGISTRATION SYSTEM TO CHANGE YOUR NAME ONLINE!
PARTY AFFILIATION CHANGES
Party affiliation changes can be made in writing or by using the Online Voter Registration system. You may use the Voter Registration Application or send a letter and include your date of birth or registration number and original signature.
ACCORDING TO FLORIDA LAW, NEW REGISTRATIONS AND PARTY CHANGES MUST BE SUBMITTED 29 DAYS BEFORE EACH ELECTION.
Voter registration books close 29 days prior to each election, new registrations and party changes accepted during these 29 days will be deferred until after Election Day. What is book closing?
VOTER REGISTRATION - PUBLIC RECORDS
Many people are not aware that most voter registration records are open to public disclosure. In addition to voter registration records, candidates and political committees may also receive information of voters who choose to Vote By Mail. A voter's social security number, driver's license number, signature and the source of registration are ALWAYS protected from disclosure. This personal information is exempt from disclosure and is never provided to a request for records by the Supervisor of Elections office.
Florida law allows certain persons to request that an agency not publicly disclose specific identification and/or location information contained in any of its agency records. If you meet eligibility requirements as defined in law, your voter registration may be eligible for exemption. Law enforcement officers, firefighters, judges and judicial officers are eligible for protection, and many others are eligible.
Please visit our Public Records Exemption page to learn more about Florida's public records laws and your voter registration information.
How are voters names removed from the Florida Voter Registration System (FVRS)?
A voter will be removed from the list of registered voters under the following circumstances:
- The voter requests in writing to have their name removed. Name, address, date of birth and original signature is required.
- Upon receipt of a copy of a death certificate issued by a government agency.
- When a cancellation notice is received from the Division of Elections which indicates a registered voter in our county has moved out of state.
Additionally, we are notified and follow through with confirmation and removal procedures outlined in Section 98.075, Florida Statutes, when a registered voter is:
- Adjudicated mentally incapacitated
- Convicted of a felony and whose rights have not been restored
- Not a citizen of the United States
- Registered to vote at an address that is not his or her legal residence
List Maintenance and Inactive Voters
We attempt to contact inactive voters by mail through the voter registration list maintenance process set forth in Section 98.065, Florida Statutes. Inactive voters may restore their registration to active status by updating their registration, requesting an absentee ballor or appearing to vote. Inactive voters whom do not respond to list maintenance activities and do not restore their status to active, are removed in accordance with Section 98.065 (3)(c), Florida Statutes.
My family member is now deceased. Who do I notify to cancel their voter registration?
Call the Elections Office at (386) 313-4170 and ask if we have received notification from the Bureau of Vital Statistics or Department of State that your family member is now deceased. We receive this information on a regular basis and process removals weekly. It's possible that your family member's voter registration information will be removed as part of our regular list maintenance procedures.
If we have not received the notification, you must send us a copy of a death certificate issued by a government agency. The copy does not need to be certified, we will accept a photocopy. If you do not have access to a copy machine, we will make the copy for you in our office so that you may keep the certified copy for your records.