Florida Registered Voters, Alphabetically — M


as of 28 February 2017, with previous data

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M,
... to MAINS, SHEILA ELAINE


MAINS, SHEILA ELAINE
... to MANSITO, JULIO A.


MANSITO, LIZAIDA HORTENSIA
... to MARSH, NANCY JANE


MARSH, NANCY JANE
... to MARTINEZ, MANUEL ORLANDO


MARTINEZ, MANUEL PETER
... to MATOS, ABIGAIL M.


MATOS, ABIGAIL MARIA
... to MCBROOM, KATHERINE LORETTA


MCBROOM, KATHERINE LORETTA
... to MCDANIEL, JOHN LAWRENCE


MCDANIEL, JOHN LAWRENCE
... to MCKAY, VERONICA LYNN


MCKAY, VICKI
... to MCREDMOND, BENJAMIN DAVID


MCREDMOND, CAROL ANN
... to MENA, WILTON GARIBALDI


MENA, XIOMARA
... to MEYER, ANGELA


MEYER, ANGELA
... to MILLER, JEFFERY SCOTT


MILLER, JEFFERY SEAN
... to MIRE, THOMAS H.


MIRE, THOMAS HAROLD
... to MONDESIR, PATRICIA


MONDESIR, PATRICIA
... to MOORE, ROBERTA J.


MOORE, ROBERTA J.
... to MORISSAINT, LARAQUE


MORISSAINT, LOUIS VERRELUS
... to MOZLEY, ROBIN ELIZABETH


MOZLEY, SARAH MURDOCK
... to MURRAY, JOSHUA JAMES


MURRAY, JOSHUA LOGAN
... to END


Non-Citizens Beware



When you pass the road test, a bureaucrat will invite you to register to vote. You may also be invited to be an organ donor. You’ll be excited about getting your license and might not scrutinize what you’re signing. You can legally sign up to be an organ donor, but be careful not to register to vote! Don’t figure, Well, the government bureaucrat said I can register, so if anything happens I’ll play dumb. Play smart! U.S.C.I.S. Form N-400, Part 12 (on page 11) asks you if you have ever registered to vote. You will then have to choose whether to risk the consequences of a false statement on the federal form, or being truthful, and risking the consequences of illegally registering to vote. If you registered to vote, cancel the registration today as damage control. If you were under 18, then technically you pre-registered and if you cancel the registration before turning 18, talk to an immigration lawyer about how to complete Form N-400. Remember, you still claimed to be a U.S. citizen.