Marion County Voters Get New Precincts With Redistricting


Registered voters in Marion County received district changes and new voting locations, due to recent revisions to Florida Congressional and state Senate district lines.

The outcome resulted in over 221,000 registered voters receiving a district change, and nearly 10,000 voters receiving a new voting location, according to a news release.

Wesley Wilcox, Marion County supervisor of elections, was required to redraw precinct lines in the county as a result of the changes.

The proposed plan was submitted to the Marion County Board of County Commissioners and was unanimously approved May 3.

Marion County is now represented by new Congressional Districts 2, 3, 11 and State Senate Districts 5, 8, 12.

Currently all registered voters are being mailed new voter information cards containing updated information.

Voters who received a new voting location will also be receiving a separate notice that notifies them of this change and provides them with directions to the location.

To view their current voting location, districts and representatives, voters can look up their registration at

Cards are being mailed to the voter’s on-file address.

A voter’s address may need to be updated if he or she has not yet received a card.

For card inquiries, voters can call the Marion County Election Center’s office.

The new maps can be viewed by visiting our website,

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