With less than two months away from the general election, several hundred people learned Tuesday they cannot vote this November.
There are 330 people in Duval County who have been purged from the voter rolls because they're either convicted felons or suffer from a mental illness.
More names could be added to the list as the state continues to look at who is not allowed to vote.
"These are files we get from the state. We get a complete felon file showing their picture, fingerprints, what they did and everything," Duval County Supervisor of Elections Jerry Holland said. "So we know it's not just a name on a list, it's a file. But we also have an administrative process. If for any reason they believe this is not them, they can come in for an administrative hearing."
Relatives at the homes of some on the list say the purged voters were either in jail or had moved.
Meanwhile, Florida's secretary of state has been contacting elections offices around the state about resuming a purge of non-U.S. citizens from the voter rolls. There are currently about 2,600 names on the list statewide, 18 of whom were in Duval County. The list will be updated soon with new information from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
"That's the goal. They are suppose to have that to us in a couple of weeks," Holland said. "We are now about 53 days to the next election, so we still would have time to remove those people prior to the election."