Q: What is Amendment 4?

Florida voters passed Amendment 4, the Voting Rights Restoration Amendment, in 2018. The amendment “restores the voting rights of Floridians with felony convictions after they complete all terms of their sentence including parole or probation. The amendment does not apply to those convicted of murder or sexual offenses."


Q: What does the passage of Amendment 4 mean for convicted felons who were previously deemed ineligible to vote?

Beginning January 8, 2019, convicted felons who are in compliance with Amendment 4 (those who have completed all terms of their sentence, including parole and probation, and were not convicted of murder or sexual offenses) are eligible to register to vote.


Q: How do I know if my voting rights have been restored? 

It is your responsibility to affirm that all information submitted on your voter registration application is correct and accurate. The following agencies have resources to assist you in verifying whether you have completed your sentencing obligations:


Q: My voting rights have been restored. Do I need to do anything before I can vote? 

Yes. You must register to vote before you can vote in any election. State law requires you to be registered at least 29 days before an election. You may register to vote: 


Q: If I was removed from the voter roll due to a felony conviction, will I automatically be re-registered to vote now? 

No. You must register to vote again. We will be working with community organizations to encourage as many affected individuals to register as possible. 

Please note: The Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections advises any convicted felon who wishes to register to vote to verify that they have fulfilled their court-ordered sentencing obligations before registering.


Q: I registered to vote. What happens now?

Watch for a new Voter Information Card from our office within a few weeks of registering. If you don’t receive one, please contact our office to ensure we have your correct address. Once you are registered, please keep your registration information up to date. You can update your address and other information any time at www.pbcelections.org, or call or visit our office. 

Transparent Secure Democracy
Wendy Sartory Link
Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections
MAIN OFFICE: 240 South Military Trail, West Palm Beach, FL 33415
P.O. Box 22309, West Palm Beach, FL 33416
P: (561) 656-6200 | F: (561) 656-6287
Hours for All Offices: M - F: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
NORTH COUNTY BRANCH OFFICE
Northeast County Courthouse
3188 P.G.A. Blvd.
Rm. #2401
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

P: (561) 624-6555
F: (561) 624-6572
SOUTH COUNTY BRANCH OFFICE
Southeast PBC Administrative Complex
345 South Congress Avenue
Rm. #103
Delray Beach, FL 33445

P: (561) 276-1226
F: (561) 276-1321
WEST COUNTY BRANCH OFFICE
West County Office Building
2976 State Road #15
Second Floor
Belle Glade, FL 33430

P: (561) 992-1114
F: (561) 992-1219
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS SERVICE CENTER
7835 Central Industrial Drive
Riviera Beach, FL 33404

P: (561) 840-4588
F: (561) 840-4591
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