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Published Felony Notice Scheduled 09/20/23

LEGAL NOTICES regarding potential voting ineligibility due to a felony conviction

Published Notice Scheduled 09/20/23

Voter ID Voter Name Residence Address
129086891   Banton, Dwayne 413 S Main St Gainesville,32601
124548725   Cornish, Matthew DP 2510 NE 9Th St APT 612 Gainesville,32609
121692145   Cox JR, Christopher M 425 SW 2Nd St APT 3 Gainesville,32601
130179650   Drawdy, Raymond S 2901 NE 39Th Ave Gainesville,32609
100577806   Fetko, Mark P 4622 NW 12Th Pl Gainesville,32605‑4579
129075835   Flagg, Bobby 13813 NW 140Th ST Alachua,32615
124030023   Hague SR, Jerry L 4237 NW 36Th Ter Gainesville,32605
131262443   Hodges SR, Kentrell L 2901 NE 39TH Ave Gainesville,32609
130224305   Mims, Vanessa M 3055 NE 28Th Dr Gainesville,32609
115495311   Powell, Flennoy O 1320 NE 39Th Ave APT 150 Gainesville,32609
130458589   Steele, Megan N 3600 SW 42Nd St APT 135 Gainesville,32608
130294951   Townes, Eric C 2320 SW 72Nd Ter Gainesville,32607

You are hereby notified that your eligibility to vote is in question. If you believe you are in fact eligible to vote and you have been inaccurately included on this list, you have the right to request a hearing to determine your eligibility. You are required to contact the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections, no later than thirty (30) days after the date this notice is published to request a hearing or to obtain more information regarding the basis for your potential ineligibility and the procedure for resolution. Failure to respond within 30 days after the date this notice is published may result in a determination of ineligibility and your removal from the statewide voter registration system.

If you attempt to vote at an early voting site or your normal election day polling place, you will be required to vote a provisional ballot. If you vote by mail, your ballot will be treated as a provisional ballot. In either case, your ballot may not be counted until a final determination of eligibility is made. If you wish for your ballot to be counted, you must contact the Supervisor of Elections’ office within 2 days after the election and present evidence that you are eligible to vote.

You may contact the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections via phone, email, or postal mail to respond to this notice: 

Phone: 352-374-5252, email:, postal mail: Kim A. Barton, Alachua County Supervisor of Elections, 515 N. Main St., Suite 300 Gainesville Florida, 32601.

 Published one time on the Supervisor of Elections Web Page  - September 20th, 2023