If you’ve voted by mail in previous elections, you’ll need to request a vote-by-mail ballot again for 2024.
Amendment 4 Information
Thanks to the passage of Amendment 4 in 2018, returning citizens convicted of felonies that have paid their debt to society can now vote.
- A felony conviction in Florida for murder or a sexual offense makes a person ineligible to vote in Florida unless and until the State Clemency Board restores the person’s right to vote.
- For any other felony conviction in Florida, a person is eligible to register and vote if the person has completed all terms of their sentence. Completion of the sentence means:
- Prison or jail time;
- Parole, probation, or other forms of supervision; and
- Payment of the total amount of all fines, fees, costs, and restitution ordered as part of the felony sentence.
- A felony conviction in another state makes a person ineligible to vote in Florida only if the conviction would make the person ineligible to vote in the state where the person was convicted.
- An offense on which a person was not adjudicated guilty does not make a person ineligible to vote.
- A misdemeanor conviction does not make a person ineligible to vote.