Updated MyFloridaElections.com Provides News and Details on Florida Elections
May 21, 2012
For more information contact:
Vicki Davis, FSASE President
Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections Unveils Redesigned Website Targeted to Members and the Public
Tallahassee, FL—May 21, 2012: On Tuesday, May 15th the Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections (FSASE) launched a newly redesigned website, MyFloridaElections.com. The site targets not only FSASE members, but also a broad audience who wants to know more about elections in Florida, including the public and voters, media and legislators.
“FSASE recognized the need for an attractive, easy-to-navigate website giving an overview of elections in our state,” Vicki Davis, FSASE President explained. “We’re excited to unveil our redesigned MyFloridaElections.com to help provide the news and information critical to understanding the voting process.”
The new MyFloridaElections.com features streamlined menus, more content and updated graphics and design. Visitors to the site can read about the latest Florida election news, learn how to register to vote and get information on FSASE legislative initiatives. The site also includes a detailed listing of each county’s Supervisor of Elections.
MyFloridaElections.com was developed with assistance from Escambia County Supervisor and FSASE Immediate Past President David Stafford, Collier County Supervisor Jennifer Edwards and staff, and VR Systems, who hosts the site.
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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