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ALACHUA COUNTY — Once again two Washington D.C.-based nonprofits, the Center for Voter Information and the Voter Participation Center, are sending potentially misleading mailings to Alachua County voters and other residents.
 The two groups, which routinely send similar mailings across Florida, announced they will collectively send more than 13,000 pieces of mail to Alachua County. In 2020, the same groups sent more than 30,000 mailings. Residents started receiving the unofficial mailings last week.
 Intended for residents who are not registered to vote, the groups’ mailings have previously confused and angered some voters, with notices sent based on incorrect or out-of-date information. Prior mailings have resulted in pre-filled voter registration applications sent to already registered voters, deceased persons, minor children, and even pets.
 Both the Center for Voter Information and the Voter Participation Center are not affiliated with the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections. The Alachua County Supervisor of Elections does not provide the address information used to conduct the mailings.
 Individuals with questions or concerns regarding these mailings are encouraged to contact these groups directly and can unsubscribe from future mailings using the links below:
 
Center for Voter Information
Toll-free 866-290-1599
 
Voter Participation Center
Toll-free 877-255-6750
 
The Alachua County Supervisor of Elections is the official source for information related to voter registration and elections in Alachua County. Residents can verify and check their voter registration status at https://www.votealachua.com/My-Registration-Status or by calling 352-374-5252.
 For more information, contact the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections at 352-374-5252.

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alachuatoday.com

ALACHUA COUNTY — Once again two Washington D.C.-based nonprofits, the Center for Voter Information and the Voter Participation Center, are sending potentially misleading mailings to Alachua County voters and other residents.
 The two groups, which routinely send similar mailings across Florida, announced they will collectively send more than 13,000 pieces of mail to Alachua County. In 2020, the same groups sent more than 30,000 mailings. Residents started receiving the unofficial mailings last week.
 Intended for residents who are not registered to vote, the groups’ mailings have previously confused and angered some voters, with notices sent based on incorrect or out-of-date information. Prior mailings have resulted in pre-filled voter registration applications sent to already registered voters, deceased persons, minor children, and even pets.
 Both the Center for Voter Information and the Voter Participation Center are not affiliated with the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections. The Alachua County Supervisor of Elections does not provide the address information used to conduct the mailings.
 Individuals with questions or concerns regarding these mailings are encouraged to contact these groups directly and can unsubscribe from future mailings using the links below:
 
Center for Voter Information
Toll-free 866-290-1599
 
Voter Participation Center
Toll-free 877-255-6750
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The Alachua County Supervisor of Elections is the official source for information related to voter registration and elections in Alachua County. Residents can verify and check their voter registration status at https://www.votealachua.com/My-Registration-Status or by calling 352-374-5252.
 For more information, contact the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections at 352-374-5252.

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Email editor@

alachuatoday.com