List Maintenance

List maintenance activities are conducted in accordance with state and federal laws to identify changes in either the voter's eligibility, residence, or mailing address to keep voter records current and accurate. (Florida Statutes 98.065 and 98.075)

There are several different statuses that a voter could have:

  • Active voter – A registered voter who has either voted, kept the voting registration record up-to-date, or requested a mail ballot within the last two federal general elections. 
  • Inactive voter – A voter who was sent an address confirmation final notice and did not return the confirmation form within 30 days or for whom the final notice was returned as undeliverable. Inactive voters remain in the voter file and are still eligible to vote. 
  • Ineligible status - Means the person is no longer eligible to vote and must re-register to regain eligibility and active status. 
  • Changing from Inactive Status to Active Status – An inactive voter may be restored to active status by updating the voter registration record, requesting a mail ballot, or voting. 
  • Changing from Inactive Status to Ineligible Status – If a voter does not update the voter registration record, request a mail ballot, or vote by the second federal general election after being designated inactive, the voter’s name shall be removed from the statewide voter registration file making the voter ineligible to vote, and the voter shall be required to re-register to vote, if they desire to vote again in the future.  

Visit the Check My Status page or contact our office to verify your registration status. 

Voter registration statistics are updated nightly and posted across the top of the Supervisor of Elections website. These statistics reflect active registered voters. 

Florida Statutes require supervisors of elections to conduct comprehensive list maintenance regularly, but not within 90 days before a federal election.   

Address list maintenance is conducted year-round as the Supervisor of Elections receives mail returned undeliverable or receives address updates from third-party sources.

Ongoing list maintenance may be conducted for any of the following reasons that affect eligibility:

  • A voter is deceased
  • A voter has moved out of state
  • A voter has registered to vote in another jurisdiction
  • A voter was convicted of a felony and has not had their voting rights restored
  • A voter was adjudicated mentally incapacitated
  • A voter is not a U.S. citizen
  • A voter requests to be removed from the voter list 

Several types of correspondence may be mailed to voters for address list maintenance purposes. Voters may be notified of any ineligibility issue by certified letter, return receipt requested, and by first-class mail. It is important to return any received mail, contact our office, or update your registration as soon as possible should you receive correspondence from our office. If you receive mail from our office that is addressed to someone who is not at your address, please make a note on the piece of mail and return it. 

Once a voter is designated ineligible or removed from the voter file, the voter must re-register in order to become eligible to vote. 


Please use this form if you have received an Address Confirmation Request, an Address Change Notice or an Address Confirmation Final Notice from our office and you wish to confirm you have NOT moved out of the county.

You can use this form if both of the following statements are true.

  • Your name is correct on the notice
  • You continue to maintain your legal residence in this county

Otherwise, if you have changed your name or you have moved elsewhere within the state of Florida, you can not use this form and instead must use the official Florida Voter Registration Form to update your registration information.

Finally, if you have moved your legal residence outside the state of Florida and wish to have your Florida voter registration cancelled, please sign and return the confirmation notice that you received.

Fields marked with a red asterisk are required.

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Joe Morgan, Supervisor of Elections, Wakulla County
3115 B Crawfordville Hwy., Crawfordville, Florida 32327

Mailing Address: Supervisor of Elections, P.O. Box 305, Crawfordville, Florida 32326

Phone: (850) 926-7575 • Fax: (850) 926-8104 • Email[email protected] •  Hours: M-F, 8am-5pm

PLEASE NOTE: Under Florida law, email addresses are public records. If you do not want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing. Florida Statute 668.6076.