Pasco County Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley is putting the county’s voters on alert about a mail campaign being launched in the county.
“The Voter Participation Center (VPC) & the Center for Voter Information (CVI) has again launched a voter registration mail campaign targeting Pasco County voters which have previously contained inaccurate information that voters have reported as alarming and confusing,” according to a news release from Corley’s office.
“In the past, these mailing have been sent to family members who are deceased, their pets, underage children, and adult children who no longer reside or never resided in the household or the state of Florida. The mailings which aim to reach eligible voters often arouse suspicion because they are already registered and feel that their registration has somehow been compromised,” the release continues.
“Our experience has been that VPC and CVI mailings further erode voter confidence at a time when the security of our elections is in the forefront. Please know that these organizations are in no way affiliated with my office and that there are reliable tools already in place for Pasco citizens to register to vote, update their voter registration, and to check their voter registration status,” the release adds.
For the most accurate information regarding your voter registration:
- Register to vote or update your voter registration address using the online voter registration form at RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov/home.
- Check your voter registration status online at Registration.elections.myflorida.com/CheckVoterStatus
- Or, call Corley’s office at 800-851-8754 for help.
For grievances regarding the mailing, Corley’s office asks voters to contact the VPC using the information provided on the mailing.
Published March 23, 2022