University of Florida Students impacted by Florida no match law
Many people, including dozens of University of Florida students are having trouble with Florida's no match law. Florida's no match law maintains that even clerical errors must be corrected in order for a citizen to cast a vote. Additionally, people who have recently moved from another state, must obtain a Florida state issued picture ID or Driver's license in order to vote. In Alachua county alone, the list of voters with discrepancies in the databases has 106 people, 84 democrats and 20 republicans. 
Alachua County Supervisor Pam Carpenter urges people to correct errors quickly. verification only takes 5 minutes now, but on Election Day, it may take significantly longer.