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Some Voters to Receive New Information Cards As a Result of Redistricting

Date: Fri May 20, 2016 17:06:40
From: Pasco County Supervisor of Elections

Media Advisory

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                          
May 20, 2016
Contact:  Tami Bentley
(352) 521-4302

Some Voters to Receive New Information Cards As a Result of Redistricting 

Pasco County FL - Brian E. Corley, Supervisor of Elections, announces that
late next week voters affected by legislative redistricting will be mailed
new Voter Information Cards with current information regarding their
reassigned senate district number and any change in their polling location
as a result.  

"The Pasco Board of County Commissioners gave their approval to the minimal
adjustments that were made which affected about 1% of Pasco's registered
voters" said Supervisor Corley. "For that 1%, it is extremely important that
they receive this information."  

The new information cards will be mailed to the address that is currently on
file with the elections' office.  It is a red, white and blue tri-fold card
that could easily be mistaken for a political mailing piece. If you have
recently moved into one of the new districts, and have not updated your
address information with the elections' office, you may not receive a new
card. To receive a new information card, you should update your address
online at pascovotes.com or by telephone at 800-851-8754.  

It's important to note that although the district lines are in effect as of
May 10, 2016, Senators for these new districts will not become effective
until after the 2016 November General Election.  Until then your Senate
representation remains as it was before redistricting.  If you have
questions about your representation or senate district please call
800-851-8754 for assistance 

Brian E. Corley
Supervisor of Elections
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