Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections Deborah Clark has begun mailing new voter information cards to all 600,000 registered Pinellas County voters this week. This mailing will take place over three weeks, and the last cards will be mailed July 2. Elections supervisors are required to mail new voter information cards to all registered voters as part of the state redistricting process, which included redrawing precinct lines to conform to new district boundaries. Some district and precinct numbers have changed, but most polling places remain the same. The new cards will have voters' district and precinct numbers and polling places. Voters should look for red-white-and-blue mailers from the supervisor of elections and not confuse them with campaign materials. "We're asking voters to review the information on their cards to ensure everything is current and accurate," Clark said. "If changes need to be made, we encourage voters to call us at (727) 464-VOTE as soon as possible, so we can make the changes before the Aug. 14 primary." Voters who do not receive a voter card by July 6 or have misplaced it should call to request a replacement card. Voter information cards are for informational purposes and are not required to vote.