Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections Installs New Officers
May 21, 2012
For more information contact:
Vicki Davis, FSASE President
Tallahassee, FL—May 21, 2012: Today, the new officers of the Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections (FSASE) officially begin their one-year terms. Each officer is a county Supervisor of Elections in Florida, chosen to serve on the FSASE executive committee by their peers. The new officers are:
- President – Vicki Davis, Martin County
- President Elect – Lori Edwards, Polk County
- Vice President – Jerry Holland, Duval County
- Secretary – Brian Corley, Pasco County
- Treasurer – Chris Chambless, Clay County
- Past President – David Stafford, Escambia County
“FSASE congratulates our new officers and wishes them well on their next endeavors as part of our executive committee,” said David Stafford, FSASE Immediate Past President. “They volunteer for this additional work on behalf of elections offices and voters across Florida, to help ensure honest and accurate elections in our state.”
FSASE elects its officers during the annual FSASE Mid-Winter Conference. Each year the new officers take office on the Monday following installation at FSASE’s Summer Conference.
The Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections (FSASE) is a professional membership organization representing the Supervisors of Elections of Florida’s 67 counties. Our goal is to support fair, honest and accurate elections in the state of Florida. FSASE was founded in 1964. Visit: MyFloridaElections.com.
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