Check the Voting Status of a Resident
A resident may not be sure if he/she is registered to vote or where he/she is registered to vote.
You can click the link below to check the voter status of a resident or allow the resident to do so himself/herself:
Allow a Resident to Change His/Her Address
If a resident needs to update his/her address, he/she can now do so online.
Does a resident have to change his/her voter registration address to my facility?
Not necessarily, a resident may be at your facility temporarily or may have a spouse or other family member still living at his/her legal residence address and therefore does not have to change his/her voter registration address to your facility. He/she can keep his/her legal residence address as his/her voter registration address and simply request that the absentee ballot be sent to him/her at your facility.
What if the resident did not live in Hernando County before coming to the nursing home or ALF facility?
If his/her legal residence address is not in Hernando County, he/she will need to request a vote by mail ballot from his/her county of voter registration. You can find out his/her county of voter registration by checking the resident's voter status using the link above.
You can click the link below to allow a resident to update his/her address online:
Allow a Resident to Request a Vote by Mail Ballot
If a resident would like to request a vote by mail ballot(s) for an upcoming election(s), he/she can do so online. If the resident is not using the address of your facility as his/her voter registration address, make sure the resident enters the address of your facility as the address where the vote by mail ballot should be mailed to.
You can click the link below to allow a resident to request a vote by mail ballot online:
Need More Assistance?
If you need further assistance, please call:
- Shirley Anderson