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Unofficial Registration Mailings: Alachua County residents may be receiving pre-filled Voter Registration Forms in the mail. These forms are produced by a third party organization, and are not official notices from our office, nor are they based on information provided by our office. You may call our office, or use the My Registration Status tool at the top of this webpage if you wish to verify that your registration is up to date.

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Form 1 Filing: Alachua County board and agency officials are required to file Form 1, Statement of Financial Interests, for 2018. The form was due in the Supervisor of Elections office by July 1, 2019. Delinquency notices will go out no later than July 31, 2019. Persons who fail to file the annual disclosure form by September 1, 2019, are subject to automatic fines of $25 per day for each day late. To find the form, go to the Florida Commission on Ethics website.  

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