If you move to another county in Florida, you do not have to re-register in your new county if you are already registered, but you do need to update your address in order to vote in the new county. If you move within the same county after you have registered to vote, you have the option of making the address change in person, by phone, by e-mail, by fax or by other written means (you will need to provide your date of birth). If the address change is from one county to another, you can also make the change in the same way but you must make it directly to the Supervisor of Elections for your new county of residence. Otherwise, you have to use the Florida Voter Registration Application to change your address. If you do not have time to make the out-of-county address change before you vote at the polls, you will be allowed to vote a provisional ballot. You must vote in the precinct of your current legal residence and be eligible to vote in order for your ballot to count. If you have any questions, you may want to contact your county Supervisor of Elections office.