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FOR IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE


Deadline for candidates to change party affiliation for 2022 election cycle approaching

CITRUS COUNTY, Fla. (June 9, 2021) — The deadline for prospective candidates for partisan offices to change party affiliation for the 2022 election cycle is June 12, 2021.

Prior to the enactment of Senate Bill 90, only candidates who wished to qualify with a political party needed to affirm that they had not been registered with another party in the 365 days before candidate qualifying begins. Now, all candidates for partisan office — even those without a party affiliation — must have maintained their party affiliation, or non-affiliation, for the 365-day period.

Upon qualifying, all candidates for partisan office must sign an oath attesting they have maintained their registration status with respect to party affiliation.

Candidate qualifying for federal, state and local offices begins June 13, 2022.

Voters may change their party affiliation by turning in a Florida Voter Registration Application or using the online voter registrations system at www.votecitrus.gov

For more information, contact the Supervisor of Elections at 352-564-7120.

 

 

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As the Citrus County Supervisor of Elections, I welcome you to browse through our web site. We hope you will find this site useful and look forward to hearing your comments.

The Mission of the election's office is to serve Citrus County with integrity and the highest standard of excellence, by instilling trust and confidence in the accuracy, efficiency, and security of our elections. 

Maureen 'Mo' Baird
Supervisor of Elections 
 

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