TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- State leaders are making some last-second adjustments to Florida's online voter registration page after some users had problems registering on Monday.
The Florida Secretary of State Laurel Lee said on social media that the state has increased its capacity on the number of people that can register online at once. Lee's announcement comes as Floridians reported delays on the state's online voter registration page.
Monday is the last day Floridians can register to vote in the November general election.
If Hillsborough County residents continue to have issues registering online, they can print out the forms and then drop it off at the county's election office at 2514 North Falkenburg Road by midnight.
2 important things: 1. you can drop your registration application off in the slot next to the door at our 2514 N Falkenburg Office. 2. Once registered to vote in FL you don’t have to register again. You can update your address to a new county in FL anytime.
— Craig Latimer 🗳️ (@HillsboroughSOE) October 6, 2020
OVR is online and working. Due to high volume, for about 15 minutes, some users experienced delays while trying to register. We have increased capacity. You can register until midnight tonight.
Thank you to those who immediately brought this to our attention.
— Laurel M. Lee (@FLSecofState) October 5, 2020
Below are screenshots of what viewers saw on the online voter registration page on Monday: