The Levy County Supervisor of Elections office is prepared to register voters based on the enactment of Florida Constitutional Amendment 4. Our office will accept and process voter registration applications, as usual, including from individuals with prior felony convictions who are newly eligible to register pursuant to the terms of Amendment 4. Voters who were previously registered to vote but were removed from the voter rolls due to felony conviction and have met the requirements of Amendment 4 may re-register to vote.
How Do I Register to Vote?
You may apply for voter registration by completing a Florida Voter Registration Application and submitting it to the Supervisor of Elections office. You can also submit an online application at RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov or register to vote at the Tax Collector's office while getting a drivers license or identification card. Applications are also available at public assistance offices, centers for idependent living, offices serving persons with disabilities, public libraries and armed forces recruitment offices.
Voting Rights Restoration Verification Program
State Attorney Brian Kramer has created a new voter education program known as the V8th Program. The function of the V8th program is to accomplish guidelines set in Amendment 4 and also enhances election security within the Eighth Judicial Circuit. The State Attorney's Office is free to offer their opinion on the issue of eligibility for citizens. For more information, visit:
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT (sao8.org)
Voting Rights Restoration Verification Program Flyer
Office of Executive Clemency
Under the Florida Constitution, certain convicted felons cannot vote, serve on a jury, or hold public office until civil rights have been restored. If you have been convicted of a felony and wish to have your civil rights restored, you must submit an application to the Office of Executive Clemency.
Contact the Office of Executive Clemency
4070 Esplanade Way
Tallahassee, FL 32399
Toll Free: 1-800-435-8286