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Legislative Getting Started

VOTER INFORMATION CARD

After you have registered to vote, you will receive a Voter Information Card. This card holds a wealth of information for “Legislative Warriors”. With the information on this card you will be able to find the legislators and other officials that preside over your address. Please take a moment to review the information that is provided on the card.

Name and Address:

Polling Place: This is where you’ll go to vote

Registration Date: This is the date when you first registered to vote

Date of Birth:

Precinct: one of a fixed number of areas, each containing one polling place, into which a city, town, etc., is divided for voting purposes.

Party: The political party that you chose when you registered

Florida Registration Number: Your voter registration number

Date Issued:

Congress: This is the district in which you belong, with this number you can find out who your congressman is

State Senate: This is the district in which you belong, with this number you can find out who your Florida State Senator is

State House: This is the district in which you belong, with this number you can find out who your Florida House of Representative is

County Commissioner: This is the district in which you belong, with this number you can find out who your County Commissioner(s) is

School Board: This is the district in which you belong, with this number you can find out who your School Board members are

The following is an example of a voter information card issued by Hillsborough County. The layout of your particular card may be slightly different but all the information will still be included.

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