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1 Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections Directory

2 Directory Index Page FSASE Committees Division of Elections Contacts FSASE - By-Laws FSASE - Charter FSASE - Rules of Procedure Association Officers Map - FSASE Legislative Districts Map - Registration Vendors Map - Web Site Vendors Map - Poll Book Vendors Past Presidents of FSASE Telephone List (Alpha by County) Telephone List (Alpha by SOE first name) Registered Voters by County Size Statistics by County - Alpha Supervisors of Elections

3 Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections VOLUME XXIV - JUNE 2015 Published by The Communications and Publications Committee of the Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections Dana Southerland, Taylor County Communications and Publications Chair

4 Quick Reference Directory - Alpha by County COUNTY SUPERVISOR TELEPHONE FAX OFFICE HRS. ALACHUA Pam Carpenter :30-5:00 BAKER Nita D. Crawford :30-5:00 BAY Mark Andersen :00-5:00 BRADFORD Terry Vaughan :00-5:00 BREVARD Lori Scott :00-5:00 BROWARD Brenda C. Snipes :30-5:00 CALHOUN Margie C. Laramore :00-4:00 CHARLOTTE Paul Stamoulis :00-5:00 CITRUS Susan Gill :00-5:00 CLAY Chris H. Chambless :30-4:30 COLLIER Jennifer J. Edwards :00-5:00 COLUMBIA Elizabeth P. Horne :00-5:00 DESOTO Mark F. Negley :30-5:00 DIXIE Starlet E. Cannon :00-5:00 DUVAL Mike Hogan :00-6:00 ESCAMBIA David H. Stafford :00-5:00 FLAGLER Kaiti Lenhart :30-4:30 FRANKLIN Ida Cooper Elliott :30-4:30 GADSDEN Shirley Green Knight :30-5:00 GILCHRIST Connie D. Sanchez :30-5:00 GLADES Holly Whiddon :00-5:00 GULF John M. Hanlon :00-5:00 HAMILTON Laura Dees :30-4:30 HARDEE Jeffery Ussery :00-5:00 HENDRY Brenda K. Hoots :30-5:00 HERNANDO Shirley Anderson :00-5:00 HIGHLANDS Penny Ogg :00-5:00 HILLSBOROUGH Craig Latimer :00-5:00 HOLMES Debbie Wilcox Morris :00-4:00 INDIAN RIVER Leslie Swan :30-5:00 JACKSON Sylvia D. Stephens :00-4:30 JEFFERSON Marty Bishop :30-4:30 LAFAYETTE Travis Hart :00-5:00 LAKE Emogene W. Stegall :00-5:00 LEE Sharon L. Harrington :30-5:00 LEON Ion V. Sancho :00-5:00 LEVY Tammy Jones :30-5:00 LIBERTY Gina McDowell :00-5:00 MADISON Tommy Hardee :30-5:00 MANATEE Michael Bennett :30-5:00 MARION Wesley Wilcox :30-4:30 MARTIN Vicki Davis :00-4:30 MIAMI-DADE Penelope Townsend :00-5:00 MONROE R. Joyce Griffin :30-5:00 NASSAU Vicki P. Cannon :00-5:00 OKALOOSA Paul Lux :00-5:00 OKEECHOBEE Diane Hagan :00-5:00 ORANGE Bill Cowles :00-5:00 OSCEOLA Mary Jane Arrington :00-5:00 PALM BEACH Susan Bucher :00-5:00 PASCO Brian E. Corley :30-5:00 PINELLAS Deborah Clark :00-5:00 POLK Lori Edwards :00-5:00 PUTNAM Charles L. Overturff, III :30-5:00 ST. JOHNS Vicky Oakes :30-4:30 ST. LUCIE Gertrude Walker :30-5:00 SANTA ROSA Tappie A. Villane :00-4:30 SARASOTA Kathy Dent :30-5:00 SEMINOLE Michael Ertel :00-5:00 SUMTER Karen S. Krauss :30-5:00 SUWANNEE Glenda Williams :30-5:00 TAYLOR Dana Southerland :00-5:00 UNION Deborah K. Osborne :00-5:00 VOLUSIA Ann McFall :00-5:00 WAKULLA Henry F. Wells :00-5:00 WALTON Bobby Beasley :00-4:30 WASHINGTON Carol Finch Rudd :00-4:00 ~ 2 ~ BOLD - C.S.T.

5 Quick Reference Directory - Alpha by SOE First Name SUPERVISOR COUNTY TELEPHONE FAX OFFICE HRS. Ann McFall VOLUSIA :00-5:00 Bill Cowles ORANGE :00-5:00 Bobby Beasley WALTON :00-4:30 Brenda C. Snipes BROWARD :30-5:00 Brenda K. Hoots HENDRY :30-5:00 Brian E. Corley PASCO :30-5:00 Carol Finch Rudd WASHINGTON :00-4:00 Charles L. Overturff, III PUTNAM :30-5:00 Chris H. Chambless CLAY :30-4:30 Connie D. Sanchez GILCHRIST :30-5:00 Craig Latimer HILLSBOROUGH :00-5:00 Dana Southerland TAYLOR :00-5:00 David H. Stafford ESCAMBIA :00-5:00 Debbie Wilcox Morris HOLMES :00-4:00 Deborah Clark PINELLAS :00-5:00 Deborah K. Osborne UNION :00-5:00 Diane Hagan OKEECHOBEE :00-5:00 Elizabeth P. Horne COLUMBIA :00-5:00 Emogene W. Stegall LAKE :00-5:00 Gertrude Walker ST. LUCIE :30-5:00 Gina McDowell LIBERTY :00-5:00 Glenda Williams SUWANNEE :30-5:00 Henry F. Wells WAKULLA :00-5:00 Holly Whiddon GLADES :00-5:00 Ida Cooper Elliott FRANKLIN :30-4:30 Ion V. Sancho LEON :00-5:00 Jeffery Ussery HARDEE :00-5:00 Jennifer J. Edwards COLLIER :00-5:00 John M. Hanlon GULF :00-5:00 Kaiti Lenhart FLAGLER :30-4:30 Karen S. Krauss SUMTER :30-5:00 Kathy Dent SARASOTA :30-5:00 Laura Dees HAMILTON :30-4:30 Leslie Swan INDIAN RIVER :30-5:00 Lori Edwards POLK :00-5:00 Lori Scott BREVARD :00-5:00 Margie C. Laramore CALHOUN :00-4:00 Mark Andersen BAY :00-5:00 Mark F. Negley DESOTO :30-5:00 Marty Bishop JEFFERSON :30-4:30 Mary Jane Arrington OSCEOLA :00-5:00 Michael Bennett MANATEE :30-5:00 Michael Ertel SEMINOLE :00-5:00 Mike Hogan DUVAL :00-6:00 Nita D. Crawford BAKER :30-5:00 Pam Carpenter ALACHUA :30-5:00 Paul Lux OKALOOSA :00-5:00 Paul Stamoulis CHARLOTTE :00-5:00 Penelope Townsend MIAMI-DADE :00-5:00 Penny Ogg HIGHLANDS :00-5:00 R. Joyce Griffin MONROE :30-5:00 Sharon L. Harrington LEE :30-5:00 Shirley Anderson HERNANDO :00-5:00 Shirley Green Knight GADSDEN :30-5:00 Starlet E. Cannon DIXIE :00-5:00 Susan Bucher PALM BEACH :00-5:00 Susan Gill CITRUS :00-5:00 Sylvia D. Stephens JACKSON :00-4:30 Tammy Jones LEVY :30-5:00 Tappie A. Villane SANTA ROSA :00-4:30 Terry Vaughan BRADFORD :00-5:00 Tommy Hardee MADISON :30-5:00 Travis Hart LAFAYETTE :00-5:00 Vicki Davis MARTIN :00-4:30 Vicki P. Cannon NASSAU :00-5:00 Vicky Oakes ST. JOHNS :30-4:30 Wesley Wilcox MARION :30-4:30 ~ 3~ BOLD - C.S.T.

6 Officers Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections Brian E. Corley President Pasco County Chris Chambless President-Elect Clay County Dana Southerland Vice-President Taylor County Paul Lux Secretary Okaloosa County Tammy Jones Treasurer Levy County Lori Edwards Past-President Polk County FSASE Executive Assistant: Ron Labasky FSASE General Counsel Gallie s Hall 225 S. Adams Street Suite 250 Tallahassee, FL P.O. Box 350 Tallahassee, FL (FSASE) Fax: ~ 4 ~

7 Division of Elections Contact Information BUREAU OF ELECTION RECORDS 500 South Bronough Street Room 316, R.A. Gray Building Tallahassee, Florida Office: Fax: 850/ /6260 BUREAU CHIEF: Kristi Reid Bronson, Esq. OFFICE OF THE DIVISION DIRECTOR 500 South Bronough Street Room 316, R.A. Gray Building Tallahassee, Florida Office: Fax: /6218 Web Page: DIRECTOR: Maria I. Matthews, Esq. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: Gary J. Holland, Esq. EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT: Stacey Small GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS CONSULTANT: Alex Mosca HAVA COORDINATOR: Joyce Durbin NVRA COORDINATOR: Katrinia Ferguson LEGAL COUNSEL 500 South Bronough Street Room 123, R.A. Gray Building Tallahassee, Florida Office: Fax: GENERAL COUNSEL: Adam Tanenbaum ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT: Stacy Bagley SR. MANAGEMENT ANALYST: Donna Brown BUREAU OF VOTER REGISTRATION SERVICES 500 South Bronough Street Room 316, R.A. Gray Building Tallahassee, Florida Office: Fax: /6218 BUREAU CHIEF: Toshia Brown ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Katie Gamertsfelder SR. MANAGEMENT ANALYST: Amber Marconnet BUREAU OF VOTING SYSTEMS CERTIFICATION 2661 Executive Center Circle 3 rd Floor, Clifton Building Tallahassee, Florida Office: Fax: BUREAU CHIEF: David Drury ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Julie Harmon SR. MANAGEMENT ANALYST: Linda Hastings-Ard ~ 5 ~

8 FSASE Standing & Appointed Committees Executive Committee (Elected by FSASE membership and serve as additional standing committee members) Brian E. Corley, President Chris H. Chambless, President-Elect Dana Southerland, Vice-President Paul Lux, Secretary Tammy Jones, Treasurer Lori Edwards, Past President Board of Directors Chris H. Chambless, Faciliator (Elected by FSASE district membership) District 1 Tappie Villane District 2 Mark Andersen District 3 Tommy Hardee District 4 Wesley Wilcox District 5 Vicky Oakes District 6 Lori Scott District 7 Deborah Clark District 8 Michael Bennett District 9 Diane Hagan District 10 Brenda Hoots LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE Lori Scott Chair Travis Hart Vice-Chair Paul Lux John Hanlon Tammy Jones Nita Crawford Mary Jane Arrington Craig Latimer Michael Bennett Susan Bucher Sharon Harrington ADMINISTRATIVE RULES Paul Lux Chair Deborah Clark Vice-Chair Leslie Swan Susan Bucher Karen Krauss Charlies Overturf Penelope Townsley Glenda Williams Carol Finch Rudd BY-LAWS & RESOLUTIONS Mark Andersen Chair Brenda Hoots Vice-Chair Henry Buddy Wells Joyce Griffin Ion Sancho Holly Whiddon Nita Crawford BUDGET Tammy Jones Treasurer/Chair Tommy Hardee Vice-Chair Vicki Davis Mark Negley Vicki Cannon Michael Bennett Craig Latimer Standing & Special Committees COMMUNICATIONS & PUBLICATIONS Dana Southerland Chair Ann McFall Vice-Chair Paul Stamoulis Diane Hagan Connie Sanchez Shirley Anderson Penny Ogg Marty Bishop Laura Dees John Hanlon Ida Elliott Karen Krauss Liz Horne Gina McDowell EDUCATION Craig Latimer Chair Shirley Anderson Vice-Chair Vicki Davis Pam Carpenter Nita Crawford Margie Laramore Tappie Villane Shirley Knight Penny Ogg ELECTIONS Lori Edwards, Past President Brian Corley, President Chris H. Chambless, President Elect FLORIDA CERTIFIED ELECTIONS PROFESSIONAL (FCEP) Jennifer Edwards Co-Chair Vicki Davis Co-Chair Dana Southerland Mary Jane Arrington Brenda Snipes Susan Gill Sharon Harrington Travis Hart ~ 6 ~ SPECIAL COMMITTEES ELECTION EQUIPMENT Wesley Wilcox Chair Travis Hart Vice-Chair Susan Gill Paul Lux Mark Andersen Joyce Griffin Bobby Beasley HAVA FUNDING Susan Bucher - Chair Ion Sancho - Vice-Chair Mike Bennett Ann McFall Starlet Cannon Penelope Townsley FSASE LONG-RANGE PLANNING Chris H. Chambless Chair Brenda Snipes Vice-Chair Jennifer Edwards Mark Andersen Terry Vaughan Craig Latimer Vicky Oakes Bill Cowles David Stafford Emogene Stegall SCHOLARSHIP Bobby Beasley Chair Vicki Cannon Vice-Chair Shirley Knight Mark Negley Dana Southerland Brenda Hoots John Hanlon Gertrude Walker Pam Carpenter Sylvia Stephens

9 VOTE CENTER TASK FORCE Bill Cowles Co-Chair Susan Gill Co-Chair Executive Committee Deborah Clark Henry Buddy Wells David Stafford Mary Jane Arrington Margie Laramore Leslie Swan Debbie Morris Paul Stamoulis Craig Latimer Michael Bennett Vicki Davis Vicki Cannon Kathy Dent SERGEANT-AT-ARMS Jeffery Ussery LIAISONS Hospitality Deborah Osborne FEDERAL LEGISLATION David Stafford ELECTIONS CENTER Kathy Dent IACREOT Sharon Harrington FVRS Wesley Wilcox DHSMV Lori Scott CHAPLAIN Chris Chambless HISTORIAN Terry Vaughan Baker Bradford Calhoun Columbia Desoto Dixie Flagler Franklin Gadsden Gilchrist Glades Gulf SMALL COUNTIES (0-75,000 Registered Voters) Hamilton Hardee Hendry Highlands Holmes Jackson Jefferson Lafayette Levy Liberty Madison Monroe Nassau Okeechobee Putnam Sumter Suwannee Taylor Union Washington Wakulla Walton MID-SIZE COUNTIES (75, ,000 Registered Voters) Alachua Bay Charlotte Citrus Clay Collier Escambia Hernando Indian River Leon Martin Okaloosa Osceola Santa Rosa St. Johns St. Lucie Brevard Broward Duval Hillsborough Lake Lee LARGE COUNTIES (200,001 + Registered Voters) Manatee Marion Miami-Dade Orange Palm Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Sarasota Seminole Volusia ~ 7 ~

10 Charlotte Charlotte Supervisors of Elections - Indicates mailing address - Indicates preferred address Map - Indicates county location Alachua County Chief Deputy: Will Boyett, Assistant Supervisor: Zeriah Folston, Outreach Director: Kim Barton, Operations Director: Tim Williams, 111 SE 1st Avenue, Gainesville, FL Pam Carpenter Year Elected: 2004 Took Office: 2005 OFFICE: FAX: TDD: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 74,118 REPS 45,169 OTHER 39,290 TOTAL 158, : 3 Vendor: Dominion Two married daughters and three grandchildren. Served twelve years as Assistant prior to election in Former Training and Development Director, Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care, Inc,; VP Marketing/Sales McKinney Development; United Way of Alachua County Communications Director. Community: American Cancer Society Board of Directors, Friends of Five (public broadcasting), The Rotary Club of Gainesville, Leadership Gainesville Alumni past president and Board member, Altrusa International past Board of Directors. Recognized by the League of Women Voters of Alachua County in 2009 as the "Outstanding Elected Official", received the UF Student Government "C. Arthur Sandeen Improving the Quality of Life" award FSASE: Board of Directors , served on Budget, Canvassing Board, Legislative, HAVA, GOTV, FVRS, and Education and Training committees. Baker County Assistant SOE: Debbie Cain, Deputy SOE: Carol Ruise, 32 N. 5th Street, STE A, Macclenny, FL PO Box 505, Macclenny, FL PERSONAL OFFICE G ENERAL OFFICE W EBSITE ADDRESS: Nita D. Crawford Year Elected: 2000 Took Office: 2001 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 6,577 REPS 6,139 OTHER 1,438 TOTAL 14, Vendor: Dominion Husband: Darrell, two daughters (Julia and Jennifer) and one grandson (Brayden). Deputy , Assistant State Certified. Member: Calvary Baptist Church, IACREOT, Fair Association, Optimist Club Charter Member, FRMA, FFA Association Honorary Member, and Kiwanis Club Charter Member. FSASE: Chair for Small Counties, and Education and Legislative Committee. ~ 8 ~

11 Charlotte Charlotte Bay County Chief Technology Deputy: Thien Cao, Chief Quality Assurance Deputy: Nina Ward, Mark Andersen Year Elected: 2000 Took Office: 2001 OFFICE: FAX; DEMS 32,682 REPS 55,462 OTHER 23,990 TOTAL 112, Wife: Danette; Sons: Joshua and Michael ; Florida Certified Election Professional - FCEP - I, III; FSASE Board of Director District 2, Current Committees; Election Equipment, Long-Range Planning,By-Laws & Resolution(Chair); Past President of FSASE Served as an Advisor for the National Elections Assistance Commission Standards for Elections Office Management Committee First Office in the country to earn ISO-9000/I-2008 Quality Management Certification - August 2009-current. National Certified Elections/Registration Administrator Certification - August 2008-current; President Elect of FSASE ; Vice President of FSASE ; Treasurer of FSASE ; Florida State Certified Supervisors of Elections present ; FSASE Legislative Committee , FSASE Medium Size Counties 80, ,000 Committee Chairman(19 counties) Served on various government and community boards: Bay County Development Review Board Vice Chair , Bay County Planning and Zoning Commission Chairman , Bay County Chamber of Commerce; Leadership Bay Class 15, Local Government Committee, Zoning and Land Use Sub-committee and Visioning Task Force member, American Red Cross Board of Directors , League of Women Voters member and panelist 1998, Ironman Florida 1999 Transition Area Cocaptain, "Get Involved Vote" Program 1998, Boys and Girls Club basketball coach Florida State Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser #002338, Veteran: Former U.S. Navy SEAL 10 yrs. Bradford County Assistant SOE: Amanda Seyfang, Deputy SOE: Matt Barksdale, 945 N. Temple Ave., STE C, Starke, FL PO Box 58, Starke, FL Terry L. Vaughan Year Appointed: 1991 Took Office: 1991 OFFICE: FAX; PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB PAGE ADDRESS: DEMS 6,987 REPS 6,354 OTHER 2,141 TOTAL 15, Appointed by Governor as SOE on First elected in Served as President of FSASE in Also served as President-Elect, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary, Board of Directors, Canvassing Board Committee Chair and District Legislative Chair. State Certified SOE. FCEP 3 Graduate. Graduate of Florida State University. Named Bradford County "Citizen of the Year" Distinguished Pastpresident-Kiwanis Club of Starke. 27+ years of perfect attendance. Twice named Kiwanian of the Year. Past Chair of Library Advisory Board. Past Chair of ACS Relay for Life. Served as volunteer Public Information Officer for Office of Emergency Management. Radio voice of Bradford High football broadcasts since Board of Directors-Community State Bank. PPR Committee and Adult Sunday School Teacher- First United Methodist Church of Starke. Married to the former Jennifer Nix since 1985 ~ 9 ~

12 Charlotte Charlotte Brevard County Chief Deputy/Operations:Karen Graham, Chief Deputy/Information Systems:Tim Bobanic, Executive Assistant: Judy Moran, 2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, Melbourne, FL PO Box , Melbourne, FL Lori Scott Year elected: 2008 Took Office: 2009 OFFICE: FAX: TDD: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 126,423 REPS 159,083 OTHER 99,366 TOTAL 384, Tabulation System: Optical Scan E-Pollbook Vender - VR Systems, Inc. - EViD Bio: Sons: Shane and Jacob. Member: First Christian Church of Melbourne. Granddaughter: Quinn Broward County Election Coord. & Executive Asst.: Fred Bellis, , Election Day Operations Director: Pat Nesbit, , Election Planning & Development Dir.: Ed Solomon, , Finance Director: Linda Levinson, , Information Technology Director: Jorge Nunez, , Public Services Director: Mary Cooney, , Voter Education Director: Gino Herring, , Voter Services Director: Mary Hall, , Voting Equipment Center Director: Dozel Spencer, , Dr. Brenda C. Snipes Year appointed: 2003 Took office: 2003 OFFICE: FAX: S. Andrews Ave., Room 102, Ft. Lauderdale, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 552,342 REPS 237,910 OTHER 296,551 TOTAL 1,086, Husband: Walter, two daughters, Derrice and Melanie, two granddaughters, Ellyn and Kamille. Brachelors - Talladega College; Masters - FAU; Doctorate - Nova Southeastern. Member: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, New Mount Olive Baptist Church. FSASE: FCEP (Florida Certified Elections Professional) Certified. Committee Member: FCEP, Long Range Planning, Former Director of District 10. ~ 10 ~

13 Charlotte Charlotte Calhoun County Assistant SOE: Zane Wood, Deputy SOE: Melissa D Central Ave. E., RM 117, Blountstown, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: Margie C. Laramore Year elected: 2004 Took office: 2005 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 5,602 REPS 1,808 OTHER 836 TOTAL 8, Vendor: Dominion Husband: Tim. Chief Deputy, Office Manager, Calhoun County Cooperative Extension Service, Office Manager, W.T. Neal Civic Center, Blountstown, FSASE: Hospitality Committee, , ; Scholarship Committee, ; Board of Directors, ; Education Charlotte County Assistant SOE: Lou Spacco, Assistant SOE: Diane Verdon, IT Director: Lori Harney, Taylor St, Unit 120, Punta Gorda, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: Paul A. Stamolulis Year elected: 2008 Took office: 2009 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS REPS 51,719 OTHER 35,411 TOTAL 123, Wife: Janina, Daughter: Elizabeth; B.A. Rutgers University, 1975; J.D. Drake University School of Law, 1983; Attorney-At-Law; Municipal Court Judge; Co-Founder, Past President Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church. ~ 11 ~

14 Charlotte Charlotte Susan Gill Year elected: 1996 Took office: 1997 OFFICE: FAX: Citrus County Admin. Svcs. Director: Elizabeth Atkinson, , Operations Manager: Maureen Baird, , I.T. Logistics: Tim Gunsteens, , Voter Outreach Coordinator: Patrick Thomas, , Election Support Administrator (Poll Workers): MaryAnn Boline, Election Services Administrator (Voter Registration): Laura Zayas, Election Specialist II (Voter Registration): Cassandra Wims, Election Service Support (Early Voting): Michelle Appie, N. Apopka Ave., Inverness, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 30,995 REPS 42,673 OTHER 25,701 TOTAL 99, Vendor: Dominion Daughter and son, four grandsons. Lasell Jr. College, A.S. Attended Boston College, CERA Graduate, Leadership Citrus. United Way Campaign Chair 2005& 2014, Altrusa International, Citrus Memorial Hospital Community Advisory Board, CMHS Ball Co-Chair , Chamber of Commerce, St. Scholastica Church. FSASE: President , President-Elect, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, State Certified, Florida HAVA Planning Committee 2003, GOTV 2004, Education & Training Co-Chair , Administrative Rules Chair , Legislative Chair 2010, Federal Legislative Liaison, FCEP Committee. Election Center Board of Directors. Clay County Assistant Supervisor: Robin Conte -- Voter Services: Linda Hoover -- Data Services: Lynn Gaver -- Election Services: Holly DePaul -- Outreach Coordinator: Thunder Nkere N. Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs, FL PO Box 337, Green Cove Springs, FL Chris H. Chambless Year elected: 2008 Took office: 2009 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 31,259 REPS 72,789 OTHER 32,185 TOTAL 136, Wife: Kellie, 2 daughters. Served the Clay County Elections office in various roles ; Veteran of the U.S. Air Force, attended University of Alaska Anchorage, CERA Graduate, State Master Certified, Deacon and Sunday School teacher at First Baptist Middleburg, Paul Harris Fellow and Past President, Green Cove Springs Rotary Club, Clay County YMCA Board Chairman, JP Hall Charities, Inc. Scholarship Committee. FSASE: President Elect , Chaplain Memberships: Clay County Chamber of Commerce, Clay County Cattleman's Association, Clay County Farm Bureau, and Elections Center. ~ 12 ~

15 Charlotte Collier County Chief Deputy SOE: Melissa Blazier, , Executive Assistant: Alex Breault, , Jennifer J. Edwards Year elected: 2000 Took office: 2000 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 43,430 REPS 93,317 OTHER 47,656 TOTAL 184, Bio (Personal): Husband, Ronnie Edwards; daughter, Kristen and two grandchildren. Bio (Education): MS in Business Education from Eastern Kentucky University and a BS in Business Education from the University of Kentucky. Bio (Community): League of Women Voters, Immokalee Community Action Agency Board of Directors, Marco Kiwanis, Member First Baptist Church of Marco Island, United Way Board of Directors ( ) (2006 Campaign Co-chair), Leadership Collier Class 2002, Leadership Marco Class of 2011, American Business Women Association (ABWA) 2006 Women in History Recipient, CTM (Competent Toastmaster), Leadership Collier Foundation Board of Directors, IACREOT, Election Center (CERA), Master Florida Certified Elections Professional (MFCEP). Bio (F.S.A.S.E.): Treasurer ( ), Secretary ( ), President Elect ( ), President ( ), Past President ( ), Past Board of Directors and Legislative Committee, Past Chair Midsize Counties (MARC), Education and Training Co-Chair ( ), Certification and Credentialing Sub-Committee ( ), Vote Center Task Force Committee ( ), New SOE Orientation Committee ( ), Civic Engagement Committee ( ), FSASE Long-Range Planning Committee ( ), FCEP Committee Vice-Chair ( ). Columbia County Assistant SOE: Tomi Brown, Ext Absentee: Johanna, Ext Candidate & Canvassing Coord.: Melinda, Ext Precinct Support: Martha, Ext Registration: Bonnie, Ext W. Duval St., STE 102, Lake City, FL Elizabeth P. Horne Liz Year elected: 2004 Took office: 2005 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE None GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 15,711 REPS 13,905 OTHER 5,937 TOTAL 35, Vendor: Dominion BIO: Husband: Leo, 2 sons, 8 grandchildren, 4 great granddaughters. Worked in elections office seasonal for 16 years, full time for 2 years; Business owner for 33 years; School Bus Driver. Member: Hopeful Baptist Church, Chamber of Commerce, Seniors United, CARC, Red Hat Lady Society, IACREOT, FRMA, Board of Senior Services, Stewardship of Hopeful Baptist Church Committee, Board of Mason City Community Center, Kiwanis Club of Lake City. FSASE: Communications and Publications, Rules Committee. ~ 13 ~

16 Charlotte Charlotte DeSoto County Assistant Supervisor : Kelli Johnson, 210 E. Oak St., STE 104, Arcadia, FL PO Box 89, Arcadia, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: Mark F. Negley Year elected: 2000 Took office: 2001 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 7,448 REPS 4,473 OTHER 3,233 TOTAL 15, Vendor: Dominion E-Pollbook Vendor: None Son, Mark Andrew, twin daughters, Holly and Sarah; State Certified. Member: DeSoto County Farm Bureau, FSASE, Small Counties. Dixie County Deputy Clerk: Lisa Sheppard Deputy Clerk: Kaci McCagh Deputy Clerk: Darbi Cupp 229 NE 351 Hwy, STE A, Cross City, FL PO Box 2057, Cross City, FL Starlett E. Cannon Year appointed: 2007 Took office: 2007 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 5,607 REPS 2,861 OTHER 1,483 TOTAL 9, Vendor: Dominion Husband: Larry, son Adam, daughter Nicole. Life long native of Dixie County. Graduated Dixie County High School 1975, 17 years in banking. Asst. SOE from , then appointed to SOE by Gov. Charlie Crist Sept Elected SOE State Certified. Memberships: Dixie County Chamber of Commerce, Community Services Volunteer, Relay for Life. Member: Faith Baptist Church of Old Town, FL ~ 14 ~

17 Charlotte Duval County Chief Elections Assistant: Robert Phillips, (904) , Dir. of Voter Registration Services: Jean Atkins, (904) , Dir. of IT Services: Stan Bethea (904) , Dir. of Candidates & Records: Beth Fleet, (904) , 105 E. Monroe St., Jacksonville, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE None listed WEB SITE ADDRESS: Mike Hogan Year elected: 2015 Took office: 2015 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 240,655 REPS 206,512 OTHER 113,311 TOTAL 560, Wife: Judy, Daughter Jennifer Jones, Son-in-law Ryan Jones, Son: Joshua, Daughter-in-law: Tiffany, Son: Joseph, Daughter-in-law: Lauren; Granddaughters: Claire, Caitlyn, Caroline, Ellie, Emry, Easton, Everly, Sadie and Betty; Paxon High School - PhD (Paxon High Diploma); University of South Florida - B.A. in Zoology; Retired Southern Bell Telephone Company (25 years); Former Jacksonville City Council Member ; Former Florida State Representative District 13 (Duval and Clay) (Chaired both Delegations); Former Duval County Tax Collector ; Former Commissioner of Taxation and Budget Reform Commission ; Former Chairman of the Government Efficiency Task Force 2008; Chairman of the Florida Public Employees Relations Commission (PERC) ; Member/Deacon First Baptist Church Jacksonville for 43 years; Rotarian - Past President of Riverside Rotary Escambia County Deputy SOE: Sonya Daniel, Deputy SOE: David Stevens, 213 Palafox Place, 2nd Floor, Pensacola, FL PO Box 12601, Pensacola, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: David H. Stafford Year elected: 2004 Took office: 2005 OFFICE: FAX: TDD: DEMS 71,151 REPS 87,249 OTHER 41,200 TOTAL 199, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Other Bio: CERA Graduate, State Certified ; Past President and Legislative Committee Chair, FSASE; Legislative Committee Co-Chair, Election Center; Policy Advisory Board Co-Chair, Council of State Governments Overseas Voting Initiative; Member, Pensacola Chamber Military Affairs Committee; Board Member, Lakeview Center; Past President, Rotary Club of Pensacola; Past President, Pensacola Sports Association; Vestryman, Christ Episcopal Church. Wife, Kim, two sons. BA, University of Florida. ~ 15 ~

18 Charlotte Charlotte Flagler County Deputy Supervisor: Belinda Rush, Deputy Supervisor: Christine Nakabaale, Deputy Supervisor: Linda Constantine, 1769 E. Moody Blvd., Bldg 2, STE 101, Bunnell, FL PO Box 901, Bunnell, FL Kaitlyn Lenhart Kaiti Year appointed: 2015 Took office: 2015 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEBSITE ADDRESS: DEMS 24,384 REPS 26,556 OTHER 22,422 TOTAL 73, : 3 Vendor: Dominion Appointed by Governor Rick Scott on January 9, Supervisor Lenhart has six years of elections administration experience working in the Flagler County Office and has assisted with conducting seventeen (17) federal, state, local and municipal elections in Flagler County since 2009 and (2) two special elections in 2015 as. She graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2005, B.A. Psychology. A native of Florida, Supervisor Lenhart is originally from Ormond Beach, Florida and has lived in Flagler County since Married 10 years to husband, Bryon Charles Lenhart. One daughter, Jainah Faye Lenhart, age 3. Another baby on the way, due in May Hobbies include organic vegetable gardening, freshwater and inshore saltwater fishing, camping and photography. Franklin County Assistant SOE: Heather Riley, Deputy Clerk: Carrie Johnson, Deputy Clerk: Jennifer Boone, 47 Avenue F, Apalachicola, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: Ida C. Elliott Year elected: 2008 Took office: 2009 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 4,609 REPS 1,829 OTHER 876 TOTAL 7,314 8 : 2 Husband, Mark, two daughters Miranda (husband Tim), and Samantha. One grandson Taylor and one grandaughter Riley Kate. Graduate of Apalachicola High School. Assistant ( ). Member: First Pentecostal Holiness Church, Philaco Woman's Club of Apalachicola, Inc., Apalachicola Bay Chamber of Commerce, Relay for Life, FSASE: Chair Scholarship Committee and served on various committees. ~ 16 ~

19 Charlotte Charlotte Gadsden County Office Manager: Freddie J. Ash, Deputy Supervisor: Bridgette Bradwell, Election Systems Coordinator: Kenya F. Williams, 16 S. Madison St., Quincy, FL PO Box 186, Quincy, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEBSITE ADDRESS: Shirley G. Knight Year elected: 2000 Took office: 2001 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 22,459 REPS 3,994 OTHER 2,545 TOTAL 28, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Husband: Arzie, two sons (Marcus & Derrick), B.S. Degree in Business Administration from Cameron University, Lawton Okalahoma. Membership: Greater Faith Temple COGIC; Missionary, Church Secretary, Educational Youth Director. Tau Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, NAACP. FSASE: State Certified, By-Laws Committee Chair, Board of Directors, GOTV, VVPR, HAVA Committee, Education/Training, Scholarship Committee, Reapportionment Committee. Gilchrist County Assistant Supervisor: Tracy Ridgeway, Deputy Clerk: Lisa Slaughter, 112 S. Main St., RM 128, Trenton, FL PERSONAL OFFICE None listed GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: Connie D. Sanchez Year elected: 2006 Took office: 2007 OFFICE: FAX: TDD: DEMS 3,972 REPS 5,384 OTHER 1,763 TOTAL 11, Vendor: Dominion Husband Marty, daughter Asheton. State Certified SOE. Community Services Volunteer: Tri-County Relay for Life and Education Foundation. Memberships: Education Foundation of Gilchrist County, Gilchrist County Chamber of Commerce, Gilchrist County Cattleman's Association, Gilchrist County Woman's Club, Gilchrist County Farm Bureau. Director: Education Foundation of Gilchrist County. ~ 17 ~

20 Charlotte Charlotte Glades County 500 Ave. J, Moore Haven, FL PO Box 668, Moore Haven, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: Holly Whiddon Year elected: 1984 Took office: 1985 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 3,140 REPS 1,916 OTHER 1,050 TOTAL 6, Vendor: Dominion E-Pollbook Vendor: None listed Husband: Stuart, one daughter Darcy, one son Stuart III, two granddaughters, Zaylie and Hazley. Graduated Moore Haven High School, attended Edison State College and Lee-Vo Tech for Court Reporting. Deputy prior to being elected for first term in Served on various FSASE Committees. State Certified. Successfully elected for eight terms. Retiring December 31, Gulf County Chief Dep. Voter Regis.& Poll Worker Coord.: Betty Bradley, Chief Dep. Finance & IT Coord.: Gene McCroan, Deputy Voter Regis. Services: Rhonda Pierce, 401 Long Ave., Port St. Joe, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEBSITE ADDRESS: John M. Hanlon Year elected: 2012 Took office: 2013 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 4,820 REPS 3,662 OTHER 1,114 TOTAL 9, E-Pollbook Vendor: None listed Wife: Melissa, Daughter: Hannah, Daughter: Bethany. Graduated from Mosley High School, attended Harding University. Assistant Supervisor of Elections from Member of Long Ave. Baptist Church. Member and current President of Gulf County Kiwanis Club. ~ 18 ~

21 Charlotte Charlotte Hamilton County Assistant : Laura Lynn Hutto Deputy/Finance: Leslie Carter Elec Nite Techs: Roger Hutto and William Mitchell 1153 US Hwy 41 NW, STE 1, Jasper, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: Laura Dees Year appointed: 2002 Took office: 2002 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 4,924 REPS 1,914 OTHER 902 TOTAL 7, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Husband: Trammel 43 yrs. 2 kids. Travis & Annie. 3 Grandkids Jake & John Parker & Madeline Laura. Hamilton County Drug & Alcohol Prevention coalition. Abstinence Awareness Advisory Committee. Member of New Hope Baptist Church. FSASE: Assistant SOE Appointed SOE by Governor Bush 2002 then elected SOE Board of Directors several times. Have served on various FSASE committees. Hardee County Deputy Supervisor/Hispanic Coordinator: Lisa Lamboy 311 N. 6th Ave., Wauchula, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEBSITE ADDRESS: Jeffery Ussery Year appointed: 2004 Took office: 2004 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 4,898 REPS 4,409 OTHER 1,712 TOTAL 11, Vendor: Dominion Wife: Sharon three children: Jeremy, Regina, and Jonathan. His wife Jessica and Grandson, Aiden. Attends First United Methodist Church of Wauchula. Board of Directors Hardee Association of Retarded Citizens, Board member Hardee County Rotary Club. F.S.A.S.E. Sergeant at Arms since ~ 19 ~

22 Charlotte Hendry County Deputy Supervisor: Nora Fagin-Ned, Deputy Supervisor: Emilio Hernandez, Deputy Supervisor: Linda Franklin, Deputy Supervisor: Sherry Taylor, 25 E. Hickpochee Ave., LaBelle, FL PO Box 174, LaBelle, FL Brenda K. Hoots Year elected: 2012 Took office: 2013 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEBSITE ADDRESS: DEMS 8,296 REPS 5,489 OTHER 3,080 TOTAL 16, Husband: Larry, daughter Melanie, three sons Glenn, Brett, Ryann, two grandchildren Austin and Emmie. Deputy , Assistant Attend Real Life Church of Clewiston, Member of the Clewiston and LaBelle Chamber of Commerce, Member of Clewiston Museum, Member of the LaBelle Rotary. FSASE: Board of Directors: 2013 to present, By-Laws Long Range Planning Committee, Master Florida Certified Election Professional (MFCEP), Vice-chair By-Laws & Resolutions Committee , Scholarship Committee Hernando County Chief Deputy: Denise Kelly, Director of Election Systems: Vickie Porter, Director of Voter Services: Mary Elkins, Candidate Specialist: Pat Barnett, Elections Specialist: Tomika Harris, Poll Worker Coordinator: Patricia Campion, Precinct Supply Coordinator: Joseph Henschke, Systems Administrator: Sarah Williams, 20 N. Main St., RM 165, Brooksville, FL Shirley Anderson Year elected: 2012 Took office: 2013 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEBSITE ADDRESS: DEMS 43,258 REPS 48,306 OTHER 33,144 TOTAL 124, Vendor: Dominion Three children, six grandchildren. Graduate of USF, BA Political Science. Prior to being elected, served as District Director for U.S. Rep. Rich Nugent. Assistant Chief of Staff for U.S. Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite and Legislative Assistant for Senator Ginny Brown-Waite. Member 1st United Methodist Church of Spring Hill, FL., VFW Ladies Auxiliary, former member Brooksville Rotary. Hobbies include fishing, hiking, kayaking and traveling. ~ 20 ~

23 Charlotte Charlotte Highlands County Assistant SOE: Karen Kensinger, Deputy SOE: Lisa McClelland, Deputy SOE: Debbie Schoonover, Absentee Coordinator: Giselle Acevedo, Poll Worker Coordinator: Patsy Fulbright, Voting Equipment Technician: Dan Blowers, 580 S. Commerce Ave., RM A201, Sebring, FL PO Box 3448, Sebring, FL Penny Ogg Year elected: 2012 Took office: 2013 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEBSITE ADDRESS: DEMS 21,835 REPS 26,512 OTHER 13,319 TOTAL 61, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Family: Husband, Brad, 1 daughter, Holly. I began working for Highlands County in 2004 until 2012 when I ran for and was elected Supervisor. Currently I am a charter member of Bethel Holiness Church in Sebring. I am a member of the Sebring Rotary Club and The Salvation Army Advisory Board. Hillsborough County Chief of Staff: Peg Reese, , Director of Operations & Support Services: Angeline Cunningham, , Director of Community Services: Jeff Zeigler, , Director of Financial Operations/HR: Henry Saavedra, , Director of Communications: Gerri Kramer, , Administrative Assistant: Terri Gardiner, , 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 16th Floor, Tampa, FL Craig Latimer Year elected: 2012 Took office: 2013 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEBSITE ADDRESS: DEMS 308,578 REPS 246,969 OTHER 223,481 TOTAL 779, Vendor: Dominion E-Pollbook Vendors: VR Systems, Inc. - EViD & Tenex Prior to being elected, Craig served as the Chief of Staff to the from January 2009 to January In 2014, he received his official designation as a Certified Elections and Registration Administrator (CERA). Craig s vision is to make Hillsborough County the best place in America to vote. Craig was born and raised in Hillsborough County. He graduated from Tampa Catholic High School and earned his bachelor's degree from the University of South Florida. Before working for the office, Craig served and protected the community for 35 years in law enforcement, retiring as a Major from the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in Craig also serves our community as a volunteer. He is on the Board of the Central Florida Behavioral Health Network, Bay Area Youth Services, and the Tampa Catholic High School Board of Trustees, and he is an Honorary Commander for the 6th Medical Group at MacDill Air Force Base. ~ 21 ~

24 Charlotte Holmes County Assistant Supervisor: Therisa Meadows, Deputy Supervisor: Hannah Paulk, 201 N. Oklahoma St., STE 102, Bonifay, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE None listed WEB SITE ADDRESS: Debbie W. Morris Year elected: 1996 Took office: 1997 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 5,541 REPS 4,151 OTHER 1,309 TOTAL 11, Husband: Buddy, five children, six grandchildren. Graduated Holmes County High School, completed Court Stenographer course; State Certified. Served on various FSASE committees since taking office in Indian River County Accounting & Operations Coord.: Tricia Boyle, , IT Manager: Gary Gordon, Poll Worker Coord.: Samatha Pearsaul, , Technical Programs Coord.: Stephanie Nelson, , Voter Regis.Candidate Coord.: Kathy Crockett, , Voting Equipment & Logistics Coord.: Shane Bias, , rd Ave., Vero Beach, FL Leslie R. Swan Year appointed: 2011 Took office: 2011 OFFICE: FAX: TDD: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 27,285 REPS 44,894 OTHER 26,334 TOTAL 98, Vendor: Sequoia BIO: Husband: Michael, three children (Trenton, Lauren and Courtney). BS from the University of Florida in Public Relations and a Minor in Business Administration/1981. AS Interior Design, Indian River Community College/2001. Assistant / , Voter Outreach Coordinator Memberships/Community participation: Certified Elections Registration Administrator (CERA), FSASE Communications and Publications Committee, FSASE Administrative Rules Committee, United Way Campaign Co-Chairman, United Way Loaned Executive, United Way Citizens Review Panel, United Way Workplace Campaign Coordinator, Impact 100, Vero Beach Christian Business Association, First United Methodist Church (FUMC) Finance Committee, FUMC Staff Parrish Committee, FUMC Early Education Center Task Force member, FUMC Mission Team Member (Bahamas, Nicaragua, Mexico, Belize & Honduras), Indian River County Health Fair Committee, Indian River County Chamber of Commerce, Indian River County Tax Payers Association, Vero Beach High School Girls' Lacrosse Booster Club President, Vero Beach High School Fundraising Committee for new state-of-the-art weight room, Riverside Children's Theater Christmas tree designer for charity auction, Osceola Magnet School PTA President, Coral Gables Elementary School PTA President, Junior League of Indian River and Dade County, Coral Gables War Memorial, Youth Center Board of Directors. ~ 22 ~

25 Charlotte Jackson County Asst. : Vicki L. Farris, Chief Deputy Supervisor: Brigitte N. Rehberg, Deputy & Elections/Equipment Manager: Scott Gosnell, 2851 Jefferson St., Marianna, FL PO Box 6046, Marianna, FL Sylvia D. Stephens Year elected: 1988 Took office: 1989 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 16,445 REPS 8,346 OTHER 2,949 TOTAL 27, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Husband, Henry; three children, four grandchildren. Graduated Marianna High School; attended Chipola Junior College; State Certified Supervisor of Elections. Worked in family owned business, Stephens Chevron; Jackson County School System; Daffin Mercantile Co. Member: Charter Member Optimist Club of Jackson County (Optimist of the Year and ; Club President and ); Marvin Chapel Freewill Baptist Church. FSASE: By-Laws and Resolutions , , Credentials , (Chair ), Communications & Publications , , , Scholarship (Chair ), Continuing Education/Training , , Hospitality , Provisional Ballots , FVRS , Voter Registration System , New SOE Orientation ; Board of Directors , , , District Legislative Jefferson County Chief Deputy: Lee Davis 380 W. Dogwood St., Monticello, FL PERSONAL OFFICE None listed GERERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: Marty Bishop Year elected: 2000 Took office: 2001 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 5,897 REPS 2,407 OTHER 986 TOTAL 9, Vendor: Dominion E-Pollbook Vendor: None listed Bio: Wife Doris, three children. BBA in Business Administration from Valdosta State College. Agency Manager of the Jefferson County Farm Bureau/ , Jefferson County Parks and Recreation Director/ Member: Aucilla Central Baptist Church, Hiram Masonic Lodge #5, Jefferson County Farm Bureau. FSASE: By-Laws and Resolutions Committee/ , , , Board of Directors/ , ; Member: IACREOT, The Election Center. ~ 23 ~

26 Charlotte Charlotte Lafayette County Deputy Supervisor: Phyllis Branche 120 W. Main St., RM 129, Mayo, FL PO Box 76, Mayo, FL PERSONAL OFFICE None listed G ENERAL OFFICE W EBSITE ADDRESS: Travis Hart Year elected: 2012 Took office: 2013 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 2,811 REPS 1,211 OTHER 264 TOTAL 4, Tabulation System: Optical Scan E-Pollbook Vendor: None listed Wife: Ashley: Education: Graduate of Lafayette High School, 2002; AA Degree from North Florida Community College, 2003; BS Degree in Political Science from Florida State University, Work: District Representative, US House of Representatives, Florida District 2, ; Legislative Aide, The Florida Senate, District 3, ; Elected, 2012; Lifetime Farmer. Background & Affiliations: Member: Pleasant Grove Baptist Church (Teacher & Trustee), Lafayette County Farm Bureau, Seven Gables Food Ministries Advisory Board, Mayo Rotary Club. Lake County Assistant : Jerry J. Foster Chief Deputy: Joyce A. Martin 315 W. Main St., RM 144, Tavares, FL PO Box 457, Tavares, FL PERSONAL OFFICE None listed GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: elections.lakecountyfl.gov Emogene W. Stegall Year elected: 1972 Took office: 1973 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 67,888 REPS 90,197 OTHER 50,970 TOTAL 209, Tabulation System: Optical Scan E-Pollbook Vendor: None listed In-house (county developed) Husband: Edwin. Chief Deputy in Elections Office/ State certified. FSASE: Vice Pres./ , Pres./ Historian/ , Annual Convention/1984, Board of Directors/ , By-Laws & Resolutions/ , , Publications and Annual Conference Committees/ , Voting Systems Committee and Reapportionment Committees/ , Special Rules Committee (Polling Place Procedures and Recount Procedures)/ , Nominating Committee/ , Canvassing Committee/ ~ 24 ~

27 Lee County Chief Deputy: Lee Carr, , Dir. of Admin: Bernice Feliciano, , VR Director: Cheryl Johnson, , IT Director: Stephen Brittain, , Elections Oper. Dir.: Gene Hinspeter, , Exec. Admin. Asst.: Jo Ann Beaumont, , 2480 Thompson St., 3rd Floor, Fort Myers, FL PO Box 2545, Fort Myers, FL Sharon L. Harrington Year appointed: 2004 Took office: 2004 OFFICE: FAX: TDD: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 124,677 REPS 181,379 OTHER 132,401 TOTAL 438, Tabulation System: Optical Scan E-Pollbook Vendor: Other Appointed by Governor Jeb Bush 1/2004, took office 2/2004. Started with Lee County Elections office in 1989 as Fiscal Officer/HR Director. Appointed Assistant Supervisor-Finance/HR Born in Cleveland, Ohio, moved to Fort Myers in Attended Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland and Edison State College in Fort Myers majoring in Accounting and Business Administration. Member of the Board of Directors for the Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers program. Life member of Kiwanis International. Served as Charter President, District Chairman and was presented the Distingusihed Kiwanis Lady Award in Member of the Advisory Board for Suncoast Credit Union. Served on numerous committees and boards for the FSASE. Florida Delegation Director for IACREOT. Leon County Assistant Supervisor: Chris Moore, , Election Systems Mgr: Thomas "TJ" James, , Voting Systems Mgr: Mark Earley, , Elections Coord: Diana Mitchell-Fulford, , Election Records Mgr: Karen Williams, , Outreach Coord: Monique Duncan-Jones, , 315 S. Calhoun St., STE 110, Tallahassee, FL PO Box 7357, Tallahassee, FL Ion V. Sancho Year elected: 1988 Took office: 1989 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 100,239 REPS 51,966 OTHER 38,324 TOTAL 190, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Vendor: Dominion Son: Ion, II. JD from Florida State University College of Law/1987, BA in Social Science from Stetson University/1978, AA from Valencia Community College/1973. State Certified. First nationally certified election official in Florida by The Election Center as a Certified Elections/Registration Administrator (CERA). Former staff member of the Florida House of Representatives, Corrections Probation Committee. Member: The Election Center, IACREOT. ~ 25 ~

28 Levy County Outreach Coordinator: Mindy Shouse, Information Specialist: Jordan Lindsey, Customer Relations: Carole Weins, 421 S. Court St., Bronson, FL Tammy Jones Year elected: 2012 Took office: 2013 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE G ENERAL OFFICE W EBSITE ADDRESS: DEMS 10,224 REPS 10,876 OTHER 5,030 TOTAL 26, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Vendor: Dominion Husband: Jim, two children Cassidy and Jimmy. Began working as the Assistant in June 1994 and ran for and was elected in Long-time resident of Levy County. Actively involved in community organizations. State Certified Supervisor of Elections. Liberty County Assistant Supervisor: Mary Strickland NW State Road 20, Bristol, FL PO Box 597, Bristol, FL PERSONAL OFFICE None listed G ENERAL OFFICE W EBSITE ADDRESS: Gina McDowell Year elected: 2012 Took office: 2013 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 3,618 REPS 548 OTHER 337 TOTAL 4, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Husband Terry, Son and Daughter-in law (Trey and Ashley), Daughter (Tera), 2 Grandsons (Trent & Bentley). Assistant Elected in ~ 26 ~

29 Charlotte Madison County Chief Elections Dep.: Alfreda Martin Fiffia, Chief Quality Assurance Dep.: April Phillips, Deputy Supervisor: Siera Akins, 239 SW Pinckney Street, Madison, FL PERSONAL OFFICE G ENERAL OFFICE none listed W EBSITE ADDRESS: Thomas Hardee Tommy Year appointed: 2011 Took office: 2011 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 7,683 REPS 2,673 OTHER 1,208 TOTAL 11, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Vendor: Dominion Appointed by the Governor as SOE Wife: Kaila, one son, Joshua Tuff. Was an independent insurance agent from Member: Board of Directors and Education Chair for Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections, Madison First United Methodist Church, FUMC Lay Delegate to annual conference , Gideon, Masonic Lodge and Madison Fire Rescue Vol. Manatee County Assistant SOE: Scott Farrington, Chief Deputy: Sharon Stief, Executive Assistant: Debbie Scott, Blvd. W., STE 108, Bradenton, FL PO Box 1000, Bradenton, FL Mike Bennett Year elected: 2012 Took office: 2013 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE G ENERAL OFFICE W EBSITE ADDRESS: DEMS 66,491 REPS 89,503 OTHER 49,375 TOTAL 205, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Vendor: Dominion Married to Diane "Dee" Bennett since Resident of Manatee County since Born in Brainerd, MN. Served in the U.S. Navy, Education: B.A. Drake University 1975; M.B.A. Drake University Business Development Consultant, Bright Future Electric, Sarasota, 2009 to present. Owner, Ellenton Ice & Sports Complex, 2005 to present. Owner, Linger Lodge Restaurant and full-service RV and Campground, Bradenton, 2006 to present. Elected to Manatee County in November Elected to State Senate November 2002 and subsequently re-elected in November 2004 representing District 21. Chaired Senate Community Affairs committee. Served on Budget, Banking & Insurance, Criminal Justice, and Military Affairs, Space & Domestic Security committees. Florida House of Representatives, Community Involvement: Mote Marine Advisory Council; Florida Biofuels Association, Inc. Board Member; Member Century Commission for a Sustainable Florida; The Greater Sarasota Sertoma Club (past president); Southeastern Guide Dogs Board Member; Gulf Coast Builders Exchange Board Member. ~ 27 ~

30 Charlotte Charlotte Marion County Director Office Operations: Marsha Few, (352) x214, Director Voting Operations: Dan Gloger, Jr., (352) x218, 981 NE 16th St., Ocala, FL PO Box 289, Ocala, FL PERSONAL OFFICE G ENERAL OFFICE W EBSITE ADDRESS: Wesley Wilcox Year elected: 2012 Took office: 2013 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 76,593 REPS 91,776 OTHER 48,065 TOTAL 216, Wife: Sheila, 3 sons. Assistant Systems Administrator Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, CERA, MFCEP Martin County Chief Deputy: Debbie Dent, Ext. 8501, Deputy of Elections Outreach: Kherri Anderson, Ext. 8063, Deputy of Election Systems: Zac Galante, Ext. 8057, Deputy of Election Systems: Michael Hunnell, Ext. 8058, Deputy of Voter Records: Lori Sands, Ext. 8268, Deputy of Support Services: Gaby Kiernan, Ext. 8055, Deputy of Elections Operations: Diana Raysor, Ext. 8050, 135 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Stuart, FL PO Box 1257, Stuart, FL Vicki Davis Year elected: 2004 Took office: 2005 OFFICE: FAX: TDD: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 26,183 REPS 51,004 OTHER 25,744 TOTAL 102, Sixth generation Floridian, resident of Martin County since 1967, born in Wauchula, Florida. Husband, Joe; 2 daughters: Jody Davis Bailey and Jana Davis Martin, sons-in-law: Chris Bailey and Brian Martin, Grandsons: Cash Davis Martin, Colson Davis Martin and Barrett Davis Bailey Granddaughter: Emory Kate Bailey. Bachelor's degree in Public Administration, Barry University; CERA Graduate 2007; State Certified, present, Master Florida Certified Election Professional (MFCEP), Member: Indian River State College Board of Trustees, present; LEADERship Martin County Class of 1994; Chair of Martin County United Way Campaign; President of Board of Directors United Way of Martin County ; Board of Directors of Martin County Chapter of American Red Cross ; Member of local Chambers of Commerce; Treasurer, The Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary of Martin County, present. FSASE: Treasurer 2008; Secretary 2009; Vice-President 2010; President-Elect 2011; President 2012; Past-President ~ 28 ~

31 Miami-Dade County Chief Deputy : Christina White, , 2700 NW 87th Ave., Miami, FL P.O. Box , Miami, FL PERSONAL OFFICE G ENERAL OFFICE W EBSITE ADDRESS: Penelope Townsley Year appointed: 2011 Took office: 2011 OFFICE: FAX: TDD: DEMS 592,194 REPS 376,383 OTHER 412,673 TOTAL 1,381, Tabulation System: Optical Scan SOE Software, Inc She began her career with Miami-Dade County in She was later appointed as Assistant to the Director for the Department of Business Development (DBD) in 1998, and served as Acting Deputy Director in In 2003, she was appointed as Deputy at the Elections Department to restructure the organization and develop guiding principles. She was promoted to Chief Deputy in Recognizing her desire for a challenge and interest in promoting opportunities for small businesses, Ms. Townsley was appointed as Director of the Department of Small Business Development (SBD) in In 2011, she was brought home to the Elections Department as where she oversees the largest Elections operation in the State of Florida. This includes administering elections for more than 1.3 million registered voters with 25 Early Voting locations and as many as 824 precincts on Election Day. As, she manages a staff of 94 full-time, up to 1,500 seasonal employees and over 10,000 poll workers with an annual operating budget of $27 million. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration from Barry University and is a member of the Florida State Association of Supervisor of Elections (FSASE) and the International Association of Clerks, Recorders, Election Officials and Treasurers (IACREOT). Monroe County Keys Manager: Belinda Brown, Key West Manager: Staci Ruble, Whitehead St., STE 101, Key West, FL PERSONAL OFFICE G ENERAL OFFICE W EBSITE ADDRESS: R. Joyce Griffin Year elected: 2012 Took office: 2013 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 16,930 REPS 18,982 OTHER 16,111 TOTAL 52, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Vendor: Dominion Started working at the Monroe County office in 1984, working with five Supervisors of Elections over the years. Born and raised in Key West. Member of the Basilica of Saint Mary Star of the Sea. Actively involved in the community being a member of the, Rotary, Elks, Women of the Moose, Business and Professional Women, and the Navy League among others. Happy and honored to be a member of FSASE. ~ 29 ~

32 Charlotte Nassau County Dir. of IT/ Asst. SOE: Guy Riner, , VR Coordinator: Brenda Shubert, , Voter Services Coord.: Christina Macedo, , Candidate Coord.: Maria Pearson, , Outreach/Poll Wkr./HR Coord.: Lori Wilkinson, Nassau Place, STE 3, Yulee, FL Vicki P. Cannon Year elected: 2000 Took office: 2001 OFFICE: FAX: TDD: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 14,402 REPS 30,299 OTHER 11,621 TOTAL 56, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Husband: Joshua, son: Cole. Associate In Arts degree from Tallahassee Community College; Certified Municipal Clerk designation from the Institute of Government, Florida State University. Member: Miss Kate's Pre-K Board of Directors, St. Michael's Catholic Church. Formerly served as Past President of Nassau County Volunteer Center, Past Vice-Chair of the United Way Allocation Committee for Nassau County, Founding Member of the Nassau County Crime Prevention Coalition, Founding President of Friends of Fort Clinch, YMCA Board Member and Fernandina Beach High School Foundation Board Member. Okaloosa County Chief Deputy/Operations/Admin.: Shirley Young, Chief Deputy/Voter Registration: Louise McGirr Elections IS Manager: Darrell Tate, Elections Services Manager: Karen Nennig, Candidate & Absentee Coordinator: Ray Bolden, 302 Wilson St. N., STE 102, Crestview, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE None listed WEB SITE ADDRESS: Paul Lux Year elected: 2008 Took office: 2009 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 25,188 REPS 72,926 OTHER 28,566 TOTAL 126, Vendor: Dominion Wife, Niccole; one daughter, Foster. Education: AA from the University of Hawaii (Leeward CC); BA in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland (European Division); graduate work at Bowie State University; CERA Graduate. Member of: The Election Center, Rotary International, Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce, Fort Walton Beach Chamber of Commerce, Knights of Columbus Council 7968, Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church, NAACP. US Army/Army Reserve Veteran with the Intelligence and Security Command. Assistant SOE FSASE: Treasurer, Administrative Rules Committee Chair, FVRS Committee Chair, CVDB Technical Committee, FVRS Technical Committee; Election Center: Postal Task Force; EAC: Presenter/Participant for 'Future of Voting Systems' Symposium and 'Facilitating UOCAVA Voting' Conference; Voting System Risk Assessment Board of Advisors. Participated in 2000 Voting Over the Internet (VOI) Project, 2004 Secure Electronic Registration and Voting Experiment (SERVE) Project, and 2008 Okaloosa Distance Balloting Pilot (ODBP) Project. Currently leading the 34-county consortium Our Mission: Your Vote in an FVAP grant project for improved electronic absentee ballot delivery. Appointed to serve on the EAC Advisory Board (2015). ~ 30 ~

33 Charlotte Charlotte Okeechobee County Deputy Supervisor: Meagan Ammons, Deputy Supervisor: Lisa Rodriguez, 304 NW 2nd St., RM 144, Okeechobee, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: Diane Hagan Year elected: 2012 Took office: 2013 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 8,438 REPS 7,191 OTHER 3,881 TOTAL 19, Vendor: Dominion Joined the Elections Office in 1995; Deputy SOE ; Assistant SOE ; Completed FCEP I, II and III. Native Floridian. Orange County Sr. Deputy/Info Systems: Sue Elias, , Sr. Deputy/Elections: Cindy Clark, , Sr. Deputy/Voter Services: Linda Tanko, , Sr. Deputy/Admin.: Radhica Singh, , 119 W. Kaley St., Orlando, FL PO Box , Orlando, FL Bill Cowles Year elected: 1996 Took office: 1997 OFFICE: FAX: TDD: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 299,723 REPS 204,816 OTHER 217,100 TOTAL 721, Tabulation System: Optical Scan In-house (county developed) E-Pollbook Vendor: None listed In-house (county developed) Wife: Cheryl, Sons: Chris (Danielle) & Nick (Emily); four Grandsons. AA from Miami-Dade Community College, BA in Public Administration from University of Central Florida, CERA graduate. Professional Scout-Boy Scouts of America ; Member of UCF Public Administration Advisory Board; Member and Past President of Kiwanis Club of North Orlando; Graduate of Leadership Orlando & Leadership Alumni (Past Chair); St. Paul's Presbyterian Church Elder; Tiger Bay Club of Central Florida; Chief Deputy SOE ; Board Member of Central Florida Council, Boy Scouts of America; FSASE: President ; IACREOT: President ( ); Federal Elections Assistance Commission Board of Advisors and Standards Board (past appointee). ~ 31 ~

34 Charlotte Charlotte OSCEOLA COUNTY Voter Services Director: Rosa Cruz, , Administrative Services Director: Queen Woods, , Election Systems Manager: Alan Ortega, , Community Relations Coordinator: Amber Smith, , Special Projects Manager: Vicki Mizrahi, , 2509 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy., Kissimmee, FL Mary Jane Arrington Year elected: 2008 Took office: 2009 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEBSITE ADDRESS: DEMS 68,554 REPS 41,412 OTHER 53,688 TOTAL 163, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Other Husband Curtis O. (C.O.), 4 adult children Amy, Jason, Brandon & Ashley, 3 grandsons Tristan, Roman & Jason. CERA 2011 Graduate, Master Florida Certified Election Professional (MFCEP) 2013, State Certified SOE 2011, BA in Public Administration University of Central Florida. Completed course work for MA in Urban and Regional Planning FSU; Osceola County Commissioner Supervisor - Toho Water Authority Leadership Florida Class XX, My Region Executive Committee, Central Florida YMCA Executive Board, Osceola YMCA Board Chair, YMCA Volunteer of the Year 2000 & 2006, League of Women Voters, Past Chairman Kissimmee Planning Commission, Osceola Counsil on Aging Board Member, Active Member Kissimmee 1st United Methodist Church. Palm Beach County Chief Deputy: Charmaine Kelly, Information Technology Manager: Jeff Darter, Voting Systems Manager: Tony Enos, Absentee Ballot Coordinator: Sean Williams, Poll Worker Coordinator: Marilyn Dynes, 240 S. Military Trail, West Palm Beach, FL PO Box 22309, West Palm Beach, FL Susan Bucher Year elected: 2008 Took office: 2009 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 370,961 REPS 239,134 OTHER 250,581 TOTAL 860, Vendor: Sequoia ES&S/Logicworks - Megalink SOE Software E-Pollbook Vendor: Tenex - Precinct Central Served in the Florida House of Representatives , married to Richard Bucher, Member: Palm Beach County League of Women Voters, Palm Beach County Women's Chamber of Commerce and The Chamber of The Palm Beaches. ~ 32 ~

35 Charlotte Pasco County Chief Deputy: Melba J. Hamilton, Director of Election Admin.: Tiffannie Alligood, Director of Information Tech.: Kristie Crump, Director of Elections Systems Admin.: Jim Endress, Director of Voter Admin.: Tami Bentley, Administrative Support Specialist: Tina Norris, th St., Dade City, FL PO Box 300, Dade City, FL Brian E. Corley Year appointed: 2007 Took office: 2007 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GERERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 101,065 REPS 115,957 OTHER 87,684 TOTAL 304, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Wife: Ann-Marie, Children: Sarah and Joseph. Master's Degree in Public Administration-University of South Florida, BA Political Science-University of South Florida. Appointed in 2007 and elected in Chief Personnel Officer, Pasco County Sheriff's Office Human Resources Specialist, Pasco County Clerk of Circuit Court Urban Large County Elections Registration Supervisors (ULCERS), Member, American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), Member, The Election Center. HPH Hospice - Board of Directors, Pasco County Junior Achievement - District Board of Directors, Dad's Story Day, Lacoochee Elementary School - annual participant, Senior Project Judge, Various High Schools throughout Pasco County - annual participant, Kids Voting Tampa Bay - Associate Member, Pasco County Take Stock in Children - Leadership Advisory Council. Member Generations Christian Church. FSASE President Pinellas County Deputy Supervisor: Julie Marcus, , Elections Administrator: Ken Lanphar, , Communications Director: Jason Latimer, , Information Systems Admin.: Marc Gillette, , Elections Admin/Exec. Asst: Wendy Grimes, , Starkey Rd., Largo, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE None listed WEB SITE ADDRESS: Deborah Clark Year appointed: 2000 Took office: 2000 OFFICE: FAX: TDD: DEMS 226,133 REPS 221,751 OTHER 183,728 TOTAL 631, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Husband Richard, two sons; six granddaughters; one grandson. Joined the Elections staff in 1978; Deputy Supervisor ; appointed Supervisor in June 2000; elected in 2000, re-elected in 2004, 2008, 2012; CERA designation in Member, The Election Center Certified Elections Professional Committee FSASE: Budget Committee , Board of Directors , Administrative Rules Committee Vice Chair , Reapportionment Committee , Scholarship Committee Co-Chairman , Legislative Committee, Canvassing Board Committee, Get Out the Vote Committee Chairman , Bylaws and Rules Committee, Training/Education Committee Co-Chair, Vision Committee, Communication and Publications Committee, Rules Development Committee and Reapportionment Ad Hoc Committee; Community: Pinellas County Federal Credit Union Director/Past Chair/Secretary; United Way Allocations Panel, Keel Club, Pinellas County Government Chair 2000 and 2003; Associate Board Member, Kids Voting Tampa Bay; Member, Morton Plant Foundation; Member, Arbor Vitae Society; Founding Member, Plus One Philanthropy; Member, Suncoast Tiger Bay. ~ 33 ~

36 Charlotte Charlotte Polk County Assistant SOE: Barbara Osthoff, Deputy SOE: Christine Goding, Deputy SOE: PJ Leiva, 250 S. Braodway Ave., Bartow, FL PO Box 1460, Bartow, FL Lori Edwards Year elected: 2000 Took office: 2001 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE SDDRESS: DEMS 137,856 REPS 130,245 OTHER 94,158 TOTAL 362, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Vendor: Dominion E-Pollbook Vendor: Tenex - Precinct Central Served in Florida House of Representatives , worked as a Communication Consultant and Radio News Director, Graduate from Sarasota High School, BA in Business Administration from Warner Univeristy, Center for Public Policy Flemming Fellow and participated in the Darden Graduate School for Business Program for Emerging Political Leaders and Harvard Program for Senior Executives in State and Local Government and JEHT Foundation Campaign Finance Reform Dialogues. Serves on EAC Standards Board. Past President of the FSASE. CERA graduate. FSASE Reapportionment Chair. Putnam County Chief Dep. of Election Ops.: Carolyn Faunce, , Chief Dep. of Election Systems: Pam Keen, , Chief Dep.of Support Serv: Jennifer Adkisson, , Deputy SOE: Marie Hobbs, , Deputy SOE: Christina Prout, , Deputy SOE: Darlene Smith, , 2509 Crill Ave., STE 900, Palatka, FL Charles L. Overturff, III Year elected: 2012 Took office: 2013 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 21,766 REPS 15,176 OTHER 8,905 TOTAL 45, Vendor: Dominion Two sons: (Charlie & Casey). Graduated: Palatka South High School; St. Johns River Community College (AA Degree); Flagler College (BA Degree in Business Administration & Political Science). Member: Azalea City Kiwanis Club; Putnam County Chamber of Commerce; College Road Church of Christ. Former member of Florida Bar Grievance Committee. Co-owned & operated Funeral Home & Crematory for 28 years. ~ 34 ~

37 Charlotte Charlotte St. Johns County Assistant Supervisor: Wayne Fusco, Chief Deputy: Erika Ward, Director of Voter Services: Liz Barile, Director of Training: John Wilder, 4455 Avenue A, STE 101, St. Augustine, FL Vicky Oakes Year appointed: 2011 Took office: 2011 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEBSITE ADDRESS: DEMS 39,108 REPS 85,347 OTHER 39,834 TOTAL 164, Appointed Sept. 2011; first elected in Served for 23 years as the Assistant. State Certified. Earned Master FCEP FSASE: Education Committee 2013, Board of Directors 2014/15. Memberships: The Election Center & Toastmasters. Native Floridian. Married 30 years; husband Paul. St. Lucie County Administrative Assist: Annie H. Clark, Systems Admin: John Spradlin, , Voter Reg. Admin.: Sherrie Williams, 4132 Okeechobee Rd., Fort Pierce, FL Gertrude Walker, CCPA Year appointed: 1980 Took office: 1980 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 76,068 REPS 54,547 OTHER 48,604 TOTAL 179, Four children, four grandchildren, Native Floridian. Deputy Supervisor of Electioms/ Appointed /October 17, 1980 by Govenor Bob Graham. First African-American Elected in Florida's 67 counties. Certified Florida Supervisor, March 4, 1985, Re-elected as supervisor 1984, 1988,1992, and Unopposed 1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008, FSASE: Board of Directors/ , & , By-laws and Resolutions Committee Chair , , , Legislative Committee/ & , Budget Committee Chair/ Scholarship Chair/ , FVRS 2006, FCEP , Reapportionment , Appointed to Governor's Task Force on Election Procedures Standards and Technology/2001, Federal Election Commission Advisory Board Panel/2001. Central Voter Registration System Committee IACREOT: Certified Public Administrator, University of Missouri and IACREOT's Management Training, Florida State University, Center for Public Management, International Continuing Education Certification/1991, Deputy State Director/ , State Director/ , Parliamentarian/ , and State Director/2001, Secretary/ , 2nd Vice-President 2002, 1st Vice-President 2003, Served as IACREOT's President/2005, Audit Committee Chair/ , IACREOT's Scholarship Chair , Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Commemorative Committee Scholarship Committee/1995-Present. ~ 35 ~ Tabulation System: Optical Scan Vendor: Dominion

38 Charlotte Charlotte Santa Rosa County Assistant Supervisor: Michelle Peeterse 6495 Caroline St., STE F, Milton, FL PERSONAL OFFICE None listed GENERAL OFFICE WEBSITE ADDRESS: Tappie A. Villane Year elected: 2012 Took office: 2013 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 27,503 REPS 71,866 OTHER 27,706 TOTAL 127, Husband: Paul, Daughter: Kaycee. B.A. Degree in Communication Arts from the University of West Florida. Poll worker in Santa Rosa County from before joining the Elections Office staff as the Poll Worker/Polling Place Coordinator. Currently serve on the FSASE Board of Directors representing District 1. State Certified. Florida Certified Election Professional FCEP-Level 3. Member of the Santa Rosa, Pace, Navarre and Gulf Breeze Chambers of Commerce. Sarasota County Chief of Staff: Ron Turner, IT Administrator: Terry Williams, VEF Administrator: Bobby Walker, Poll Worker Coordinator: Pam Cutrone, Absentee Coordinator: Suzie Macfarlane, 101 S. Washington Blvd., Sarasota, FL PO Box 4194, Sarasota, FL Kathy Dent Year elected: 2000 Took office: 2001 OFFICE: FAX: TDD: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE None listed WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 86,056 REPS 119,282 OTHER 74,689 TOTAL 280, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Vendor: Dominion ES&S/Logicworks - Megalink SOE Software E-Pollbook Vendor: Tenex - Precinct Central Husband: attorney John, five children, eight grandchildren. B.S. University of Pittsburgh, Post-graduate work at USF, CERA graduate, The Election Center. President, FSASE IACREOT, NACRC. ~ 36 ~

39 Charlotte Charlotte Seminole County Assistant SOE: Rebecca Quinn, 1500 E. Airport Blvd., Sanford, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: Michael Ertel Year appointed: 2005 Took office: 2005 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 86,361 REPS 103,571 OTHER 72,141 TOTAL 262, In-house (county developed E-Pollbook Vendor: Tenex - Precinct Central He is a highly sought expert on elections issues, speaking to state, national and international election official organizations. He has spoken about efficient elections and rebuilding voter trust to a United States Senate subcommittee, the State of Texas Legislature, the National Conference of State Legislatures, the American Bar Association, the American Association of Political Consultants, the Heritage Foundation and the International Electoral Affairs Symposium in London. In late 2013, he was the only American elections official to be honored at the International Electoral Awards by winning an award for building voter trust. He has been featured internationally on Fox News, MSNBC, the New York Times, Time magazine and Politico. Wife Michelle, Zane, 21, Gillian, 19 and their dogs Winston and Betty live in unincorporated Seminole County. In his spare time, he is an active member of the VFW, enjoys racquetball, Revolutionary history, the music of the Rat Pack and tinkering with his collection of antique radios. Sumter County Assistant SOE: Karen L. Rushing, Chief Deputy: Terri Mertz, Elections Specialist: Jeannie Chesling, Operations Coordinator: Belinda Chavez, Election Systems Coordinator: Craig Yagid, 900 N. Main St., Bushnell, FL Karen S. Krauss Year appointed: 2000 Took office: 2000 OFFICE: FAX: TDD: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE None listed WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 24,185 REPS 42,606 OTHER 18,233 TOTAL 85, Husband: Lee; two dogs (Wu and Missy) and two kittys (Smudge and Lovie). Attended Pompano Beach Senior High School, Co-owner of Bushnell Paint and Body, Inc., Elected Sumter County Board of County Commissioners in 1994, Re-elected 1998, Chairman of BOCC 1997, appointed February 1, 2000, elected November 7, Member First Baptist Church of Bushnell, Sumter County Cattlemen's Association, Humane Society, Sumter County 4-H, Pilot Club and various others. ~ 37 ~

40 Charlotte Charlotte Suwannee County Chief Deputy: Jennifer Kinsey, Deputy: Tina Nobles, 220 Pine Ave. SW, Live Oak, FL PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE None listed WEB SITE ADDRESS: Glenda B. Williams Year elected: 1996 Took office: 1997 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 11,941 REPS 9,419 OTHER 3,878 TOTAL 25, Husband: Wesley, Children: Wes, Brad, and Jamie and six grandchildren. Employed with Suwannee County Clerk of Courts prior to being elected. Member: Westwood Baptist Church, Altrusa, Garden Club, Chamber of Commerce, and serves as board member for Suwannee Vocational and Technical Center Nurses Advisory Board. FSASE: Served as FSASE Board of Director, on Legislative Committee, Scholarship Committee, Vote Center Committee, Hospitality Committee, and New SOE Orientation Committee. Taylor County Assistant : Janet Thomas Deputy Supervisor: Ellie Grubbs Deputy Supervisor: Lillie Greene 108 N. Jefferson St., STE 202, Perry, FL PO Box 1060, Perry, FL PERSONAL OFFICE None listed GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: Dana Southerland Year elected: 2008 Took office: 2009 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 7,894 REPS 3,552 OTHER 1,247 TOTAL 12, Vendor: Dominion Husband: Mark, Children: Drew, Beth, Tony. Employed in the Taylor County Clerk of Courts Office for twelve years followed by 8 years in the prior to being elected. Assistant from State Certified, Florida Certified Elections Professional - FCEP (Level II, III). FSASE: Executive Committee - Secretary ( ), Treasurer ( ), Vote Center Task Force ( ), Budget Committee ( ), Long Range Planning Committee ( ), Scholarship Committee ( ), New Supervisor Orientation Committee ( ), Legislative Committee-District 3 ( ), FCEP Committee ( ), Communications and Publications Committee ( ) ( ). Member: New Home Baptist Church, Perry Woman's Club, Taylor County Chamber of Commerce. Community: Served on several past PTO and SAC committees (Treasurer, Secretary, President), Former Chairperson of the Taylor Education Foundation Mini-Grant Committee, 4-H Florida Livestock, Optimist Club Kids Fishing Tournament, TCHS Project Graduation, Taylor County Touchdown Club, Perry Kiwanis - Flag, Boy Scouts of America, Run for Your Life, Friends of the Taylor County Public Library. ~ 38 ~

41 Charlotte Charlotte Union County Admin Asst: Tammy Roddenberry, Deputy Clerk: Linda Gibson, , 175 West Main St., Lake Butler, FL Deborah K. Osborne Year appointed: 2007 Took office: 2007 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE None listed WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 3,961 REPS 2,418 OTHER 718 TOTAL 7, Tabulation System: Optical Scan E-Pollbook Vendor: None listed Husband: Robert, three children - Shane, Dana and Angie. Two Grandchildren Kayla and Brooke. Graduated from Montgomery County High School in Mount Sterling, Kentucky. Member of the First Christian Church of Lake Butler. Treasurer of the Lake Butler Lions Club. Board member for Relay for Life, Union County 4H Advisory Board, President of Union County Girls Softball League and served as secretary for the Union County Recreation Board. State Certified. Served as Assistant Supervisor from , and was appointed by Gov. Crist in November Volusia County Deputy Supervisor Registration Dir: Karen Harris, Deputy Supervisor Election Mgt.: Frank Celeste, Deputy Supervisor Trainer Supv., Early Voting, Voter Outreach: Lisa Lewis, 125 W. New York Ave., Deland, FL PERSONAL OFFICE G ENERAL OFFICE W EBSITE ADDRESS: Ann McFall Year elected: 2004 Took office: 2005 OFFICE: FAX: TDD: DEMS 124,074 REPS 113,482 OTHER 100,076 TOTAL 337, Vendor: Dominion In-house (county developed) Husband; Bob, 2 children. Former owner of McFall & Assoc., Accounting & Tax. A graduate of Seabreeze High School and Stetson University with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration. She is currently an enrolled agent licensed to practice before the IRS. Served 8 years on the Volusia County School Board and 6 years on the Volusia County Council. Ann is the only person in Volusia County to have served as Chair of both the School Board (1991) and the County Council (2002). State Certified ( Present). ~ 39 ~

42 Charlotte Charlotte Wakulla County Chief Deputy: Joe Morgan, Deputy I: Celina Greene, 3115-B Crawfordville Hwy., Crawfordville, FL PO Box 305, Crawfordville, FL Henry F. Wells Buddy Year elected: 2008 Took office: 2009 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 9,302 REPS 6,183 OTHER 3,104 TOTAL 18, Vendor: Dominion Wife: Letha, one son Brandon. Graduated, Worth County High School 1971 ( Sylvester Ga.); Military Service (Navy); Vietnam Vet.; Attended Thomas Tech; Tallahassee Community College; State certified and completed MFCEP certification; as well as serving on the following committees Voter Registration, Continuing Education, By-Laws & Resolutions and Legistative committee. Charter President Crawfordville Lions Club served 3 terms as president, past Zone Chairman and past Vise Govenor nominee; Member of (NFB) National Federation for the Blind. NAMI Board member, Volunteer at Eden Springs Nursing Home (23 years). Member of Lake Ellen Baptist Church. Loves the outdoors (Fishing & Hunting). Walton County Admin. Assistant: Glenda Penton, Chief Deputy: LaJuana Rinker, Voting Systems Coordinator: Ryan Messer, Voter Registration Specialist: Briana Burgess, Deputy Supervisor Elections Systems: Brandon Rose, Voting Equipment Specialist: Randal Messer, 571 US Hwy 90 East, DeFuniak Springs, FL Bobby Beasley Year appointed: 2003 Took office: 2003 OFFICE: FAX: PERSONAL OFFICE GENERAL OFFICE None listed WEB SITE ADDRESS: DEMS 10,076 REPS 23,475 OTHER 8,787 TOTAL 42, Vendor: Dominion Wife: Susan. Two sons, Bryan and Bo. Two step-children, Lindsay Slay and Ryan Carroll. Three grandsons, Jack, Weston and Drew. Graduate, Pensacola Jr. College and attended University of West Florida. Degrees in HVAC and Maintenance Technologies. Longtime business owner. Member: Chamber of Commerce, First United Methodist Church (Board Member), Kiwanis (Past President), Lions Club, Relay-For-Life (Team Captain and Sponsor), Member of the Mentoring Program with Take Stock in Children, Republican Clubs in the County. FSASE: Certified SOE, has served on the Board of Directors. Serves on Scholarship Committee and Small County Caucus. Served on the Nominating Committee, Budget Committee and Communications and Publications Committee. Awarded Master Florida Certified Elections Professional Certification. ~ 40 ~

43 Washington County Deputy : Greta Bruner, Deputy : Brittney Sexton, 1331 South Blvd., STE 900, Chipley, FL PERSONAL OFFICE G ENERAL OFFICE W EBSITE ADDRESS: Carol Finch Rudd Year appointed: 1996 Took office: 1996 OFFICE: FAX: DEMS 6,481 REPS 6,279 OTHER 1,835 TOTAL 14, Tabulation System: Optical Scan Married to Dennis and have one daughter Cara, 16. Graduate of Chipley High School, Received Marketing Certificate in 1988 from WHTC. Deputy Clerk Deputy SOE Member: Grace Assembly of God in Chipley where I serve on the Missions Board, Chipley Womans Club 1995-present, Chamber of Commerce 1999-present. FSASE: Served on Credentials and Scholarship Committees as well as various other committees. If you have suggestions for adding content or comments for changes and/or improvements contact the Publication Chair. Compiled and edited by: Dale R. Woodruff, Election Consultation Associates ~ 41~

44 Past Presidents DeWitt Upthegrove* Palm Beach John C. Dekle* Hillsborough Roland X. Droit* Highlands Rodney B. Thursby Volusia Lendell Sharer* Manatee Hugh E. Carlton* Polk Easter L. Gates* Broward Elizabeth Summerlin* St. Lucie Dixie P. Barber* Orange Camilla D. Bruce* Seminole DeWitt Upthegrove* Palm Beach Ernest C. Johnson* Citrus George Joseph Oldmixon* Escambia Katherine S. Odham* Volusia Edna S. Carlile* Brevard Wilda J. Cook* Pinellas Rosemary Richey* Indian River Blanche M Work* Polk Harry M. Nearing Duval Alma K. Bethea Alachua Emogene W. Stegall Lake Enid D. Earle Lee Jimmy Whitehouse* Highlands Jane C. Carroll Broward Helen L. McNeal Marion Shirley P. Baccus Brevard Marjorie R. Carmichael Suwannee Neal T. Kennear, Jr.* Hernando Donald L. Hersey, Sr Putnam David C. Leahy Miami-Dade Doris Gibbs Franklin J.K. Buddy Irby Alachua Kurt S. Browning Pasco Joanne E. Koester Sarasota Denny Hutchinson* Gadsden Bob Sweat Manatee Jackie Winchester Palm Beach Penny Halyburton St. Johns Dee Brown Marion Pat Hollarn Okaloosa Dorothy Ruggles* Pinellas Pam Iorio Hillsborough Donna Bryant Osceola Theresa LePore Palm Beach Kay Clem Indian River Bill Cowles Orange Susan Gill Citrus Terry Vaughan Bradford Kathy Dent Sarasota Jennifer Edwards Collier Mark Andersen Bay Gwen Chandler Okeechobee David Stafford Escambia Vicki Davis Martin Lori Edwards Polk Jerry Holland Duval ~ 42 ~ * Deceased

45 Rules of Procedure Section I CONFERENCES A. Site Selection The site of the Annual Summer Conference shall be determined at least one year in advance. Bids for conference site consideration shall be presented in writing to the President of the Association or in the absence of the President, the President-Elect, prior to or on the first (1st) day of the summer conference by the of the county wherein the bidding city is located. In making the selection of the conference site, the Board shall give consideration to the fact that the conference should be held in various parts of the State, but in no event shall it be held at any place unless there has been an invitation for the conference to be held at that place by the Supervisor of Elections in the county where such place is located. The site of the Mid-Year Winter Conference shall be determined by the Association President. In selecting such a site the President should give particular regard to the fact that this Conference can be held in cities not equipped to handle the Annual Summer Conference. This meeting may be held in November, December, or January. B. Date Annual Summer Conference This meeting may be held in May, June, or July Exact dates may be determined by the Host Supervisor of Elections and where possible, submitted with the Conference bid. Mid-Year Winter Conference This meeting may be held in November, December, or January. Exact dates will be determined by the Host and the President. C. Conference Agenda(s) The FSASE shall be responsible for the workshop agenda and the Division of Elections may be consulted on the program and their participation in the conference. D. Registration Fees For Conferences The Association shall meet for a minimum of two days unless otherwise determined by the FSASE Executive Committee. The President and Host Supervisor will determine the conference schedules and events. When a invites FSASE to his/her county, he/she will develop a budget establishing conference fees. Additional conference requirements are listed under Conference Minimum Security Section XIX. A host county cannot use their county tax-exempt certificate number for any FSASE conference or workshop expense. No courtesy meals or registration fees will be provided to anyone except a speaker at the meal where he/she speaks. An overnight accommodation will be provided to such speaker if necessary. Any exceptions to the above will require prior approval of the Executive Committee. The hotel will provide for a complimentary suite for the FSASE president. The Host may have up to five staff members at a social event at no charge. Section II ORDER OF BUSINESS A. The order of business at each regular business meeting of the Corporation shall only be attended by Supervisors of Elections and conducted as follows: Call to Order. Report of the Secretary. Approval and correction of Minutes, as mailed, ed or faxed of the last regular meeting and of any special meeting held since the date of the last regular meeting. Report by Officers. Report of the Elections Committee (Mid-Year Winter Conference) Report of the other Standing Committees. Report of the Special Committees. Unfinished business included on the agenda of the meeting. New business included on the agenda of the meeting. General discussion, lectures and addresses. It should be noted that welcoming speeches are not necessary. B. The order of business provided in subsection A may be altered or changed at the discretion of the President. C. The order of business of special meetings shall be fixed by the President as he/she may see fit at each of such special meetings. D. Roberts Rules of Order shall govern all parliamentary procedures in all meetings of the Corporation and the Board of Directors. Section III OUTGOING PRESIDENT A. The President shall be responsible for acquiring the State seal charm/pin for the new President. B. The President-Elect shall be responsible for acquiring the Past-President plaque for the retiring President. C. The Association shall not provide any additional gifts for any incoming or outgoing officers other than what is specified in this section. All gifts must follow any legislative disclosure guidelines. Disclosure is the responsibility of the election official receiving the gift. Section IV SPECIAL RECOGNITION A. New Supervisors Each new Supervisor will receive a desk plaque. B. Retiring Members ~ 43 ~

46 Suitable arrangements shall be made by the President of the Association to have their dates of service commemorated. C. 20 Year Award Supervisors with 20 years of service will be given a clock with State seal in background. D. Plaques/Certificates for outgoing officers The President may purchase plaques and/or certificates for the outgoing officers and board members.) E. All recipients of gifts must follow any legislative disclosure guidelines. Disclosure is the responsibility of the election official receiving the gift. Section V DISPOSAL OF BALLOTS At the end of the Mid-Year Winter Conference in which officers are elected, the Elections Committee shall destroy the ballots. Section VI CONFERENCE POLICY A. Notices and Invitations 1. The Host Supervisor may send notices of the conference and/or letters of invitation along with date, place, and anticipated events to: a. Each b. State Officials (Governor & Cabinet) c. Secretary of State d. Division of Elections e House Committee on Ethics & Elections f. Senate Committee on Ethics & Elections g. Host Supervisor's legislative delegation h. Others as deemed appropriate B. Vendors 1. a. Vendors of election related products shall be notified of each annual summer conference and each mid-year winter conference. Vendors shall be welcomed to provide hospitality, at their own expense, to the members as they deem appropriate. Vendors will be allowed to sponsor events if they wish. b. All vendors attending the conference shall be required to purchase at least one registration. 2. A vendor exhibition area is recognized as an important opportunity for supervisors to be exposed to election related products currently being marketed. A vendor exhibition area shall be established at each conference and the Host Supervisor shall seek out vendors to participate. Such vendor exhibition area shall conform to the following criteria: a. The vendor area shall be open for two days at the conferences and for the hours as set by the Host Supervisor in consultation with the Executive Committee. b. The vendor exhibition area shall be divided into individual booths approximately 10' x 10'. They shall be provided to vendors on a first-come firstserve basis. The fee for a booth, if any, shall be set in the host conference budget. The number of booths to be established shall be determined by the Host Supervisor and the Executive Committee. The expenses to set up booths and the cost of the opening get-together will come out of the charge. c. The FSASE, if possible, shall provide draped partitions to divide the booths and tables and chairs. Vendors shall be responsible for signage, etc. C. Registration and Event Tickets 1. Registration fee shall be due 30 days prior to the conference. A late fee of 10% shall be assessed on all late registrations. 2. Refunds a. Request for refund of registration fee or individual meal function tickets shall be refunded at 100% from the conference account if the request is received by the Host Supervisor on or before the 15th day prior to the Sunday of conference week. b. All requests received after the 15th day prior to Sunday of the conference week will not receive a refund unless approved by the Executive Committee. D. Host's Responsibilities 1. Receipts and expenditures shall go through the FSASE conference account, which has been set up by the Executive Director. The conference budget shall be the sum of the following and should not be exceeded: a. FSASE budgeted contribution b. Registration fees c. Sponsorships 2. The Host Supervisor will ensure that the needs of the conference are met and are authorized to rent or purchase any item so needed. The Host Supervisor shall make arrangements for video (recording) the conference. 3. The Executive Director and/or designated executive assistant, and the Host Supervisor shall see that all bills are paid in a timely manner and that a receipt is received for all payments. 4. The Host Supervisor shall inform the Executive Committee of any anticipated changes in the budget as soon as possible. 5. A complete financial report and all records and receipts pertaining to the conference shall be sent to the Executive Director as soon as practicable after the conference. The conference records shall be reviewed by the Executive Director and Treasurer or FSASE President. 6. The Host Supervisor shall work with the hotel to ensure the following: a. Registration area set up. b. Head table is set up for all meetings and meals. Floral arrangements may be provided as appropriate. c. Chairs and tables arranged as required. d. Podium, PA system, electrical outlets, extension cords and audiovisual equipment should be provided as required. e. Bulletin board for notices and announcements. f. Welcome sign on marquee. g. Menus for all meals and receptions along with number to attend if guarantee is required. h. Committee meeting rooms are available as required. ~ 44 ~

47 7. The Host Supervisor shall work with the President to ensure the following: a. Printing of programs. b. Speakers, Master of Ceremonies. c. Themes, programs, trips, etc. d. Name tags. e. Tickets. f. Ticket takers. 8. Minimum Security requirements (see Section XIX). E. Conference Planner The Host Supervisor of a conference may utilize the services of a conference planner as required. The fee of the planner shall be a part of the budget as provided. F. Framed Print presented by Ed Hubbard The framed print that was presented to the FSASE in 1990 by Ed Hubbard shall be rotated during the Annual Summer Conference to the incoming President at the conference or at another time. The print shall be prominently displayed during the year that the individual has possession of it and holds office in the FSASE. Section VII PRESIDENT'S ATTENDANCE AT NON-ASSOCIATION MEETINGS The Association will pay the expenses for the President (or a Supervisor designated by the President) to attend any meeting deemed appropriate by the President. If practicable, the President will designate the Supervisor of the county in which the meeting is to be held. Section VIII RESERVED Section IX CONTINUING EDUCATION Funds may be expended to pay for expert speakers in various fields in the election area at all workshops both regional and ones held in conjunction with FSASE conferences with prior approval of the Executive Committee. Section X ORIENTATION OF NEW SUPERVISORS OF ELECTIONS The Association shall conduct an orientation for all new SOE s. Budget permitting, travel expenses for the newly elected Supervisors attending the Orientation session will be reimbursable in an amount not to exceed the state travel allowance rates or actual expenses, whichever is lower. Section XI PUBLICATIONS/COMMUNICATION COMMITTEE The Publications/Communications Committee shall update the Association directory after each Mid-Year Winter Conference and shall print such other items and materials deemed appropriate and needed by the committee and the President in order to better serve the membership. Section XII ANNUAL AUDIT The books of the Association shall be audited annually as determined by the Executive Committee. Section XIII UPDATE OF RULES OF PROCEDURE The Secretary shall be responsible for updating the Rules of Procedure as to changes or additions to the procedures after each Association meeting. Section XIV HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE The activities of this Committee are not funded by Association member dues but rather member donations from personal funds. Section XV ASSOCIATION TRAVEL AND EXPENSES A. Reimbursement for Association related travel and any other expenses shall only be made upon the submission of a completed and properly approved expense report. A copy of the Expense Report is available by contacting the office of the Executive Director. B. Each expense report must include receipts of expenses, when possible, and must be signed by the Supervisor requesting reimbursement. C. Each expense report must be signed by the Committee Chair, if committee related travel, and must be signed by the President or Treasurer prior to the report being submitted to the Executive Director and/or executive assistant for payment. D. Expenses relating to traffic violations shall not constitute a reimburseable expense. Section XVI LEGISLATION All proposals submitted by the Legislative Committee shall be distributed to each member of the Association prior to Legislative Committee report at General Session of the FSASE meeting. The Legislative Committee Chair and Legal Counsel shall keep the Association membership informed of all election related bills as soon as efficiently possible. Section XVII ELECTION OF OFFICERS The Elections Committee shall serve as the canvassing board and be responsible for ballot production and layout for the FSASE Officers Election. The Elections Committee must send a Notice of Election and a Qualifying form to each the 5 th week prior to the Mid- ~ 45 ~

48 Year Winter Conference. Each Supervisor wishing to qualify to run for office must complete the form during the 4 th week prior the Mid-Year Winter Conference and return it to the Elections Committee Any who is a member of FSASE may submit the above form for Secretary, Treasurer or Vice-President to the Elections Committee. The election will be held at a time and location as indicated on the Mid-Year Winter Conference FSASE agenda. Time and location for Canvassing of the ballots, shall be performed as indicated on the Mid-Year Winter Conference agenda. The voting system of the host county will be used if possible. Section XVIII BUDGET COMMITTEE The Budget Committee will prepare the budget and submit it to the entire membership by , mail or fax at least two weeks prior to the annual summer conference. If it is necessary, Budget Committee will meet at the end of the session and revise budget. Section XIX CONFERENCE MINIMUM SECURTIY workshops, events, and vendor area for checking name badges. D. Designated Public Seating An area may be established for Public/Media and Vendors to sit. 1. This area should be well marked with signage. 2. Public/Media and Vendors shall have chairs only in an area separate from FSASE/DOE members seating. Section XX CONFERENCE/EVENT RECORDING A. Recording/Taping shall be considered an expense item of the event/conference, if determined to record. Recorded copies may be provided at a cost to be determined. Approved and last amended at Sarasota, Florida on December 9, A. Any SOE planning an FSASE event shall discuss with any potential hotel/resort prior to any contract or agreement the following items as listed: 1. What security procedures do you have in place? 2. What security options are available to our FSASE event? 3. What service do you offer for medical emergencies? B. Onsite Security 1. On-site security shall be arranged for all conferences, to include any special meetings, vendor areas and any special events. 2. The cost of the security is considered part of the regular budgeted item when establishing conference cost. 3. Security may be from the hotel/resort or be coordinated with the local Sheriff s department. C. Security Identification Name badge serves as admission to conference activities, especially for workshop and business sessions. 1. Name badges should be worn at all times and a color-coded badge classification system, as listed for all conferences, follows: a. FSASE Executive Committee (Yellow) b. FSASE Board Members (Yellow) c. SOE s (Blue) d. SOE Staff (Green) e. DOE Staff (Orange) f. Guests/Speakers/FSASE contractual services (White) g. Vendors (Red) h. Public (Black) i. Fee $25.00 Daily (covers meeting cost) i. Media (Tan) i. Fee waived with proper press credentials. Must check-in and verify. 2. Sergeant-at-Arms shall be responsible for recruiting individuals to monitor doors to ~ 46 ~

49 Charter of the Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections, Inc. ARTICLE I Name The name of this Corporation, not for profit, shall be FLORIDA 1 STATE ASSOCIATION OF SUPERVISORS OF ELECTIONS, Inc. and its principal place of business shall be at the office of the President. ARTICLE II Purpose The General purpose of this Corporation is to provide an 1 organization through which the County, may exchange ideas and experiences to enhance their ability to perform their duties so as to be able to exercise their public trust with the highest degree of integrity. A further purpose is to provide a convenient source for obtaining the combined thoughts of the principal Florida election officials and likewise, a source through which these officials can express themselves. ARTICLE III Qualification of Members The qualification for the four (4) categories of membership in this Corporation shall be as follows: A. Active members shall be those persons who are duly appointed or elected and commissioned as Supervisors of 1 Elections in the several counties of the State of Florida. Only active members shall be allowed to vote in this Corporation except with proxy as provided in Section B below B. Associate members shall be those Deputy Supervisors of Elections or Voting Equipment Supervisors, as may from time to time be fixed in conformity with the requirements of the By- Laws of this Corporation. They may serve on such special committees as provided in the By-Laws. C. Honorary members shall be those persons, who may be so designated by the vote of the active members. D. Participating members shall be those persons, firms or corporations who may be so designated by the vote of the active members. ARTICLE IV Term of Existence This Corporation shall exist perpetually, unless sooner terminated in accordance with the laws of Florida. ARTICLE V Subscribers The names and residences of the subscribers to the Charter are: Mrs. Katherine S. Odham, President DeLand, Florida Mrs. Edna S. Carlile, First Vice-President Titusville, Florida Miss Fannie R. Pasteur, Treasurer Ocala, Florida Mrs. Rowena Parkerson, Secretary Okeechobee, Florida Mr. John C. Dekle Tampa, Florida Mrs. Dixie Barber Orlando, Florida Mrs. Easter L. Gates Fort Lauderdale, Florida ARTICLE VI Officers to Manage Affairs and Terms The affairs of this Corporation shall be managed by the officers thereof who shall be elected from among the active members and who shall constitute an Executive Committee having such powers and obligation as may be prescribed in the By-Laws of this Corporation. The officers of this Corporation shall be the 14 President, President -elect, the Vice President, the Secretary and the Treasurer. 15The term of office of the President and President-elect shall be limited to one term. No President or President-elect shall be precluded from serving non-consecutive terms. No other officer may serve more than two consecutive terms. ARTICLE VII First Officers The affairs of this Corporation shall be managed by the officers and the predecessor Florida State Association of Supervisors of 1 Elections, Inc. ARTICLE VIII Board of Directors 4 Section 1. Election and Duties. The Board of Directors of this 15 Corporation shall be composed of the five (5) officers, plus ten (10) active members, one (1) member from each of the following ten (10) districts: District One (1) consists of Escambia, Santa Rosa, Oklaloosa, Walton, Holmes and Washington; District Two (2) consists of Bay, Jackson, Calhoun, Liberty, Franklin, Gulf and Gadsden; District Three (3) consists of Jefferson, Wakulla, Taylor, Madison, Hamilton, Suwannee, Lafayette and Leon; District Four (4) consists of Marion, Putnam, Levy, Dixie, Gilchrist, Columbia and Alachua; District Five (5) consists of Flagler, St. Johns, Duval, Nassau, Union, Bradford, Baker and Clay; District Six (6) consists of Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake, Volusia and Brevard; District Seven (7) consists of Hillsborough, Polk, Pinellas, Pasco, Sumter, Citrus and Hernando; District Eight (8) consists of Glades, Highlands, DeSoto, Sarasota, Manatee, Hardee and Charlotte; District Nine (9) consists of Palm Beach, St Lucie, Okeechobee, Indian River and Martin; District Ten (10) consists of Lee, Broward, Collier, Dade, Monroe and Hendry, at the Annual 11 Convention. They shall be elected for one (1) year, or until the election and qualification of their successors. The duties of the Board of Directors shall be fixed by the By-Laws, but generally the Board shall be considered as the policy-making body of this Corporation and shall be responsible for the formulation of the annual program to be executed by the officers. 15 Section 2. Quorum and Proxies. A majority of the Board of Directors shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business and the favorable vote of a majority of those in attendance shall be sufficient to carry and motion. Any director unable to attend a meeting shall give a written proxy to any other active member of the Corporation. Proxy votes will be considered the same as a Director being present for the purpose of having a quorum present to transact business of this Corporation. ~ 47 ~

50 ARTICLE IX Adoption and Amendment of By-Laws and Rules of Procedure By-Laws. The By-Laws of this Corporation shall be adopted, amended, or repealed by the voting members of the corporation. Written notice of By-Law changes shall be given by the Chairman of the By-Laws and Resolutions Committee to the members present at any meeting of the association at which twothirds of the active membership is present. Any such proposed change must be ratified by a majority of the active members present. The By-Laws shall provide for the primary operation of this Corporation Rules of Procedure. Rules of Procedure, which may be adopted, amended or suspended at any meeting without written notice shall provide for the detail administration of this Corporation. ARTICLE X Amendment of Articles of Incorporation The articles of this Corporation may be amended upon adoption of a resolution first approved by a majority of the Board of Directors and then submitted to the active members of this Corporation for their approval at any regular meeting. Upon approval of such resolution by two-thirds (2/3) of the active members attending any regular meeting, said resolution containing the proposed amendment shall become effective so as to amend these articles and shall thence be transmitted to the Secretary of State for recordation as provided by law. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands this 23rd day of January,A.D., 1964 at Palm Beach, Florida Katherine S. Odham Fannie R. Pasteur John D. Dekle Easter L. Gates Edna Carlile Rowena Parkerson Dixie Barber SUBSCRIBERS Subscribed to and sworn to before me this 23rd day of January, A.D at Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida Notary Public, State of Florida at Large My Commission expires March 15, 1965 Bonded by American Surety Co., of N.Y. /s/wilson W. Wright Notary Public Filed this 3rd day of February,A.D with the Secretary of State, at Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida. ~ 48 ~

51 By-Laws of the Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections, Inc. ARTICLE I Membership, Dues and Budget Section 1. The active members of this Corporation (FSASE) shall be the several Supervisors of Elections who are duly qualified and commissioned as such in the respective counties of the State. Any person so qualified and commissioned shall automatically become a member of this Corporation upon payment of dues to the Corporation. Such dues to be billed October 1st preceding due date January 1st at which time delinquent dues denying said member all rights and privileges under our Charter. The official in charge of voter registration and elections in any county, regardless of the title by which he/she may be called, shall be similarly eligible for membership in this Corporation. Such active members are the only members who shall be entitled to vote upon matters for consideration before the Corporation except with proxy as provided in Section 2 below. Section 2. The associate members of this Corporation shall be Deputy Supervisors of Elections or Voting Equipment Supervisors. They shall not be eligible to vote on matters coming before the Corporation unless representing an active member with a written proxy. They shall be permitted to serve on special committees and shall be entitled to vote on the deliberation of such committees. Section 3. Honorary and participating members shall be elected by the active members as they see fit. Honorary members shall be those persons to whom the designation to honorary membership is granted as an indication of appreciation and esteem by the active members. Participating members shall be those persons, firms or corporations whose business interests make them particularly friendly towards the Corporation. Honorary and participating members shall not be allowed to vote nor shall they be allowed to participate in the deliberation of any committee, but they shall be encouraged to take part in discussions before the membership of the Corporation or before committees. Section 4. The Board of Directors shall consider and anticipate the financial needs and requirements of the Corporation and shall recommend the amount of annual dues to the membership at the Annual Summer Conference. Such recommendation shall be accompanied by an explanation of the anticipated expenditures of the Corporation. This shall be considered as the budget for the coming year, and copies of it shall be distributed to all members of the Corporation. The Board shall be expected to consider carefully the advice and suggestions of the Budget Committee in connection with the preparation of the budget. The proposed budget shall be subject to the approval of the active members of the Corporation at the Annual Summer Conference. Honorary members and participating members shall not be expected to pay dues. ~ 49 ~ Section 5. The fiscal year of the Corporation shall be October 1st through September 30th of the following year. ARTICLE II Voting Section 1. Whenever a vote shall be taken at any meeting of the Corporation or of its committees on any question, motion, resolution, or otherwise, it shall be a voice vote of those eligible to vote and present and voting, except that on the demand of five (5) persons who are present and eligible to vote, the vote may be by secret ballot. Section 2. Election of officers shall always be by secret ballot. A plurality of votes shall be sufficient for election. If any more than the number of persons required to fill the vacancy as provided by the association by-laws receive the highest and an equal number of votes, then the election of those receiving such highest and equal number of votes shall be determined by lot drawn by the Association President in the presence of the canvassing board members (Election Committee) and association member-ship; otherwise, those, to the number required, receiving the highest number of votes, shall be considered elected to the office. Section 3. The election/voting for FSASE Officers shall be organized by the Election Committee. Section 4. The Canvassing Board for election of the Corporation offices shall be the Current FSASE President (Chair), President Elect and Past President. If any member is unable to serve the FSASE President shall appoint any unopposed member of the FSASE to serve. Section 5. Proxy Voting. When an active member of this Association is absent from a meeting of this Association, he/she, may designate an associate member employed in his office or another active member to cast a proxy vote on his or her behalf, provided, however, that such person designated shall not hold more than one proxy. Such proxy shall be in writing shall state on its face the duration of its validity and the place of the meeting for which its use is intended, and shall be signed, over the seal of the office of the active member so designating, or a Notary Seal. Proxies may be faxed to member receiving proxy as long as the stamp of office or a Notary Stamp is shown. ARTICLE III Conferences and Special Meetings Section 1. Conferences The Association shall meet at least twice a year. The Annual Summer Conference or Annual Convention that shall be identified as the same may be held within May, June or July.

52 The Mid-year Winter Conference may be held within November, December or January. Section 2. Special Meetings. Special meetings of the Corporation may be held on the call of the President, who shall fix the time and place thereof, and state the business to be considered. The President shall call a special meeting on the written request of fifteen (15) active members of the Corporation. If the President shall refuse to call a special meeting upon the receipt of such written request, then such fifteen (15) members may call a special meeting of the Corporation and fix the time and place thereof and give the notice indicated above. A quorum of active members shall be necessary for the transaction of any business at any special meeting, and no business shall be considered at such meeting that was not particularly described in the notice of such meeting. Section 3. Notice of Conferences. A notice of Conferences of the Corporation shall be distributed at least thirty (30) days before the date of any such meeting. The notice shall designate the time and place of the meeting and shall include an agenda of the business to be considered, and no item of business shall be considered which is not set out in the agenda; provided, however, that if a majority of the active members of the Corporation are present at any such meeting, and two-thirds (2/3) of any such majority shall vote in favor of amending the agenda, such agenda may be amended so as to include any item of business. Section 4. Executive Sessions. By the affirmative vote of two-thirds (2/3) of the active members who are present and voting, any meeting or any period of time within any meeting may be declared to be an executive session, and all members present who are not active members and all other persons shall, except the General Counsel and/or Executive Director, be required to leave such meeting during the Executive Session. Section 5. Roberts Rules of Order shall govern all parliamentary procedures in all meetings of the Corporation and of the Board of Directors. ARTICLE IV Officers Section 1. The President shall preside at all meetings of the Corporation, and shall have supervision of the officers of the Corporation, and shall have such other powers and perform such other duties as may be fixed by the By-Laws. Section 2. The President-elect and Vice-President shall perform such duties as may be assigned to them by the President or by the Corporation or by the By-Laws, and in the case of death, removal, resignation, absence or inability of the President to serve, the President-elect shall perform all duties and be vested with all the powers of the President during the vacancy in the term of the President or during his absence or inability. In the event of death, removal, resignation, absence or inability of the Presidentelect serving as President, then the Vice-President shall ~50 ~ perform all duties and be vested with all the powers of the President during the term of the President or during his absence or inability. Any vacancy in the office of Secretary, Treasurer or Board Member shall be filled by a majority vote of the remaining members of the Board of Directors. Section 3. In the case of the death, removal, resignation, absence or inability of the President, the President-elect and the Vice-President to serve, the Secretary shall perform all the duties and be vested with all the powers herein confided to the Vice-President during the vacancy in the office of the President or his absence or inability. The Secretary shall attend and shall keep a record of the minutes of all meetings of the Corporation. The Executive Director shall perform the secretarial duties of the Corporation as per job description. Section 4. The Executive Director shall keep an accurate account of all monies of the Corporation. He/She shall receive all monies of the Corporation and pay out such monies on accounts of bills or accounts when approved by the President or Treasurer. All checks of the Corporation for the payment of monies shall be signed by the General Counsel or Executive Director, but he/she shall not disburse any monies or draw any checks against the funds of the Corporation, that are not otherwise specified in the Association s approved budget or provided for in an approved contract, except in the payment of bills or accounts first approved by the President or Treasurer. In the event of sickness or death, the General Counsel or Treasurer shall be the signers on any checks. The Executive Director or General Counsel shall post a bond in the amount of not less than $25, payable to the Corporation and secured by a surety company authorized to do business in Florida, and the Corporation shall pay the premium for such bond. Section 5. Upon the affirmative vote of a majority of the active members, the Corporation may employ an attorney, an executive director, and such other persons as shall be deemed necessary for the proper transaction of the business of the Corporation. The contracts under which such persons shall be hired shall be determined by the Executive Committee with recommendations from the respective committee chairs and shall not extend for a period of more than two (2) years. The Executive Committee with the recommendations from the respective committees shall annually evaluate those under contract and report their findings to the Board of Directors. Section 6. The Board of Directors of this Corporation shall be composed of the six (6) officers, plus ten (10) active members, one (1) member elected from each of the following ten (10) Districts, District One (1) consists of Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes, Washington and Escambia; District Two (2) consists of Bay, Jackson, Calhoun, Liberty, Franklin, Gulf and Gadsden; District Three (3) consists of Jefferson, Wakulla, Taylor, Madison, Hamilton, Suwannee, Lafayette and Leon; District Four (4) consists of Marion, Putnam, Levy, Dixie, Gilchrist, Columbia and Alachua; District Five (5) consists of Flagler, St. Johns, Duval, Nassau, Union, Bradford, Baker and Clay; District Six (6) consists of Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake, Volusia and Brevard; District Seven (7)

53 consists of Hillsborough, Polk, Pinellas, Pasco, Sumter, Citrus and Hernando; District Eight (8) consists of Glades, Highlands, DeSoto, Sarasota, Manatee, Hardee and Charlotte; District Nine (9) consists of Palm Beach, St. Lucie, Okeechobee, Indian River and Martin; District Ten (10) consists of Lee, Broward, Collier, Dade, Monroe and Hendry. The Directors shall be elected by caucus of those Supervisors in each of the ten (10) districts at a date and time determined by the Mid-Year Winter Conference agenda. Directors in even numbered districts (2, 4, 6, 8, 10) shall be elected in even numbered years and Directors in odd numbered districts (1, 3, 5, 7, 9) shall be elected in odd numbered years. They shall take office on the Monday following the Annual Summer Conference installation for two years or until the election and qualification of their successors. A majority, of the Board of Directors shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business and the favorable vote of a majority of those in attendance shall be sufficient to carry any motion. Any director unable to attend a Board meeting may give a written proxy to any other active member of the Corporation. Proxy votes shall be considered the same as a director being present for the purpose of having a quorum present to transact the business of the Corporation. The President shall preside at meetings of the Board, and a quorum shall be necessary for the transaction of business by the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors shall be responsible for the establishment of the overall policy of the Corporation and shall also promote from time to time a program which designates several objectives which should be attained by the Corporation within a given period of time. The Board shall be responsible for the execution of its policies by the officers of the Corporation and upon failure of any officer to carry out the policy of the Board to its satisfaction, the Board is authorized to appoint some other person to perform such duty as the officer may have refused or failed to perform. Section 7. Any member of the Corporation may be appointed by the President as Sergeant-at-Arms, Parliamentarian, Chaplain or Historian. Persons so appointed shall perform the duties indicated by these positions during the term of the President who appointed them and may be reappointed by successor Presidents. Section 8. All officers shall take office on the Monday following their Annual Summer Conference installation. ARTICLE V Committees Section 1. There shall be the following standing committees: Executive, Legislative, By-Laws and Resolutions, Elections, Communications and Publication, Budget, Administrative Rules, Education, and Florida Certified Election Professional (FCEP). Section 2. Each committee shall consist of at least five (5) active members appointed by the President and a majority of the members of a committee shall constitute a quorum. Proxy votes will be considered the same as a committee member being present to transact business of the ~51 ~ committee. Section 3. The powers and duties of the various standing committees shall be as follows: a. The Executive Committee shall consist of the President, the President-elect, the Vice-President, the Secretary, the Treasurer, Past President and the General Counsel as an ex-officio member. If the Corporation shall employ an Executive Director, such person shall be an exofficio member of the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee shall be responsible for any matters of business which occur between conference meetings of the Corporation and which in the mind of the President do not require a special meeting of the Corporation. During such times the Executive Committee shall have the power and the authority to do anything that the Corporation as a whole might. b. The Legislative Committee shall examine and report to the members of the Corporation any legislation affecting the Office of. It shall recommend to the members of the Association such legislation as it deems advisable to be enacted, and shall consider all legislation submitted by any member of the Corporation and makes its recommendation concerning same. The Committee shall take such steps as it shall deem proper to promote or defeat legislation, and shall use its efforts to secure the passage of legislative priorities of the Association and other beneficial and constructive legislation. This Committee shall and may call for the help of as many members of the Association as it may need in the performance of its duties. The Legislative Committee shall not be concerned with any legislation which does not affect or involve the duties of the Office of Supervisor of Elections. Legislation recommended by the Legislative Committee or any member of the Association shall become a Legislative priority of the Association upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds (2/3) of the active members present and voting. At least one Supervisor from each district shall be appointed by district caucus at the Mid-Year Winter Conference to the Legislative Committee and shall serve beginning the Monday following the Annual Summer Conference for one (1) year or until the appointment of their successor, with the exception of the Committee Chair who shall be appointed by the President, and it shall be a duty of this member or members to provide the Supervisors in their district with proposed legislation as it is filed and thereafter to keep their Supervisors informed of changes made in these bills. c. The By-Laws and Resolutions Committee shall be responsible for the drafting of resolutions recommended to it by the members of the Corporation, and shall on its own initiative propose resolutions which it deems necessary that the Corporation adopt. All resolutions approved by this committee shall be submitted to the active members of the Corporation for their approval. Any members proposing an amendment to these By-Laws shall submit such proposal to this committee for its approval and the members of the committee may submit such changes in these By-Laws as they consider necessary. Upon the approval of any change of these By-Laws and the drafting of such an amendment, the amendment will be submitted to the vote of the active members, pursuant to Article IX of the Charter.

54 d. The Elections Committee shall be comprised of the Past President, as chair, President and President Elect. The Elections Committee shall be responsible for presenting candidates for all offices to be elected during the Mid-Year Winter Conference, to take office on the Monday following their Annual Summer Conference installation for one (1) year or until the election and qualification of their successor. Elections will be called underarticle VI and VII, Charter of the Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections, Inc. The Elections Committee shall be responsible for the ballot production and layout for the FSASE officers election. The Committee shall organize at the end of qualification week. Candidates must have provided in writing to the Elections Committee, the office he or she desires to qualify for, not later than the Friday of the 4th week prior to the Mid-Year Winter Conference. The office and name of each candidate shall be placed on the ballot for vote by the Association. The election of officers shall be provided at a stated time indicated on the Mid-Year Winter Conference agenda except for the Office of President and Offices of District Directors. The Presidentelect shall succeed to the Office of President. Executive Committee Officers Prior to the Mid-Year Winter Conference, the Chair of the Elections Committee shall submit to all members of the Association the office and the name of those persons who have qualified for that office. The Association Past President, Current President and President Elect shall serve as the canvassing board for FSASE Officers elections. All canvassing of ballots shall be performed in view of the Association membership. The canvassing shall proceed at a predetermined time and location as noted on the Mid-Year Winter Conference agenda. e. The Communications and Publications Committee shall be appointed by the President and shall be responsible for the preparation and distribution of any publications which have been authorized by the Corporation. f. The Budget Committee shall be responsible for preparing and submitting a proposed budget to the Association each year. The proposed budget shall be submitted to the President at least two (2) weeks prior to the Annual Summer Conference. The Treasurer shall be the chairperson of the Budget Committee. g. The Administrative Rules Committee shall be responsible for monitoring the development of proposed administrative rules. h. The Education Committee shall produce a conference schedule that informs and educates the members. The Committee shall book speakers with topics relevant to Florida Elections. In addition, the Committee works with the Division of Elections to present issues that are timely and important to all attendees. The Committee must work closely with the host for each conference to determine the meetings and schedule of events. The Florida Certified Election Professional (FCEP) Committee shall develop and implement a comprehensive professional education, certification and credentialing program. This program shall provide all 67 Supervisor of Elections and their staffs the opportunity to enroll in rigorous custom-designed courses leading to three levels of certification: FCEP I, FCEPII and FCEP III. The Committee shall be comprised of eight members to be appointed by the President. To ensure continuity of the core program, if possible, a minimum of 50% of the members shall have served previously on the FCEP Committee. Section 4. Special Committees may be appointed by the President and shall perform such duties as he/she may define. Such Committees shall consist of at least five (5) members and a majority shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. Each such Committee shall be responsible to the President and each member shall be subject to removal by him/her. No special Committee shall be appointed to perform any duties or function which conflict with or encroach upon those of a Standing Committee. ARTICLE VI Amendments Section 1. The Charter of the Corporation may be amended under the authority of the laws of Florida and in the manner thereby prescribed. The By-Laws and Resolutions Committee will be responsible for the drafting of a resolution with regard to any proposed change of the Charter and such resolution upon being further approved by the Board of Directors shall be submitted to the active members of the Corporation for their approval at any Regular Meeting. Upon the approval of such a resolution by two-thirds (2/3) of the active members at any Regular Meeting, the resolution, containing the proposed amendment, shall be transmitted to the Secretary of State for filing. Section 2. Amendments to these By-Laws may be proposed by any member and shall be presented to the By-Laws and Resolutions Committee for its approval. Such Committee shall, upon approving a proposed amendment of these By- Laws, submit it to the Corporation, pursuant to Article IX of the Charter. The Secretary or Executive Director of the Corporation shall be responsible for maintaining an accurate set of By-Laws and an accurate Charter for this Corporation and shall see that copies thereof are available to members of the Corporation upon request. Approved and last amended at Wesley Chapel, Pasco County, Florida, January 11, ~52 ~

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56 County order by number of registered voters COUNTY TO TA L TO TA L E V COUNTY TO TA L TO TA L E V (B y size) REGISTERED PREC. SITES (B y size) REGISTERED PREC. SITES MIAMI-DADE 1,381, FLAGLER 73, BROWARD 1,086, HIGHLANDS 61, PALM BEACH 860, NASSAU 56, HILLSBOROUGH 779, MONROE 52, ORANGE 721, PUTNAM 45, PINELLAS 631, WALTON 42, D U VAL 560, COLUMBIA 35, LEE 438, GADSDEN 28, BR EVAR D 384, JAC K S O N 27, POLK 362, LEVY 26, VO LU SIA 337, SUWANNEE 25, PASCO 304, OKEECHOBEE 19, SARASOTA 280, WAKULLA 18, SEMINOLE 262, HENDRY 16, MARION 216, BRADFORD 15, LAKE 209, DESOTO 15, MANATEE 205, WASHINGTON 14, ESCAMBIA 199, BAKER 14, LEON 190, TAYLO R 12, COLLIER 184, MADISON 11, ST.LUCIE 179, GILCHRIST 11, ST.JOHNS 164, HARDEE 11, OSCEOLA 163, H O L M E S 11, ALACHUA 158, DIXIE 9, CLAY 136, G U L F 9, HERNANDO 124, JEFFER SON 9, OKALOOSA 126, CALHOUN 8, SANTA ROSA 127, FR AN KLIN 7, CHARLOTTE 123, HAMILTON 7, BAY 112, UNION 7, MARTIN 102, GLADES 6, CITRUS 99, LIBERTY 4, INDIAN RIVER 98, LAFAYETTE 4, SUMTER 85, TOTALS 12,113,692 5, Escambia Santa Rosa 1 Okaloosa Walton Holmes Washington Bay Jackson Gadsden Jefferson 2 3 Calhoun Liberty Leon Wakulla Taylor Madison Hamilton Baker Suwannee Columbia Lafayette Gulf Franklin Gilchrist Dixie Union Bradford 4Alachua Nassau 5 Marion Duval Clay Putnam St. Johns Flagler Volusia FSASE Legislative Districts Pinellas Citrus Hernando Pasco Hillsborough Manatee Sarasota Lake Sumter 7Polk Hardee De Soto 6 Seminole Orange 8Highlands Charlotte Glades Hendry Lee Osceola Brevard Indian River Collier Okeechobee St. Lucie 9 Martin Palm Beach 10 Broward Monroe Miami-Dade ~ 54 ~

57 Escambia Santa Rosa Okaloosa Walton Holmes Washington Bay Jackson Calhoun Gulf Liberty Franklin Gadsden Voter Registration System by Vendor Leon Wakulla Jefferson Madison Taylor Hamilton Suwannee Lafayette Dixie Columbia Gilchrist Levy Pinellas Baker Union Bradford Alachua Pasco Nassau Marion Citrus Sumter Hernando Hillsborough Clay Duval Putnam Lake Polk St. Johns Flagler Volusia Seminole Orange Osceola Brevard Manatee Sarasota Hardee De Soto Okeechobee Indian River St. Lucie Highlands Martin ES&S/Logic Works Charlotte Lee Glades Hendry Palm Beach In-house (county developed) Collier Monroe Broward Miami-Dade Escambia Santa Rosa Okaloosa Walton Holmes Washington Jackson Gadsden Jefferson Hamilton Nassau Bay Calhoun Liberty Leon Wakulla Madison Suwannee Columbia Baker Duval Gulf Franklin Taylor Lafayette Union Bradford Clay St. Johns Gilchrist Alachua Putnam Dixie Flagler Tabulation System By Vendor Levy Marion Citrus Sumter Hernando Pasco Lake Volusia Seminole Orange Osceola Dominion Pinellas Hillsborough Manatee Polk Hardee Brevard Indian River Okeechobee St. Lucie Highlands Election Systems & Software Sarasota De Soto Charlotte Glades Martin Sequoia Lee Hendry Palm Beach Broward Collier Monroe Miami-Dade ~ 55 ~

58 Escambia Santa Rosa Okaloosa Walton Holmes Washington Bay Jackson Calhoun Gadsden Leon Liberty Wakulla Gulf Franklin Jefferson Hamilton Madison Suwannee Taylor Lafayette Dixie Gilchrist Columbia Baker Union Bradford Alachua Nassau Duval Clay Putnam Flagler St. Johns Levy Marion Volusia Web Site Vendor Citrus Sumter Hernando Pasco Lake Seminole Orange VR Systems, Inc. SOE Software Other Pinellas Osceola Hillsborough Polk Manatee Hardee Highlands De Soto Sarasota Glades Charlotte Hendry Lee Brevard Okeechobee Indian River St. Lucie Martin Palm Beach Collier Broward Monroe Miami-Dade Escambia Santa Rosa Okaloosa Walton Holmes Washington Jackson Gadsden Jefferson Hamilton Nassau Bay Calhoun Liberty Leon Wakulla Madison Suwannee Columbia Baker Duval Gulf Franklin Taylor Lafayette Union Bradford Clay St. Johns Gilchrist Alachua Putnam Dixie Flagler Levy Marion Volusia E-Poll Book Vendor Citrus Sumter Hernando Lake Seminole Orange Pasco VR Systems, Inc. - EViD Tenex - Precinct Central Other None Manatee Sarasota Directory Pinellas Hillsborough Polk Hardee De Soto Charlotte Lee Osceola Brevard Indian River Okeechobee St. Lucie Highlands Martin Glades Hendry Palm Beach Broward Collier Monroe Miami-Dade ~ 56 ~

59 A Resolution and Statement of Ethics We, the Supervisors of Elections, representing the sixty-seven Florida counties, do hereby adopt the following principles as our guide to inspire continued confidence and trust in our system of elections and to reaffirm our commitment to the highest standards of personal integrity, honesty and competence. We hereby resolve and state that a member of FSASE shall: Put loyalty to the highest ethical principles above loyalty to persons, political officials, political parties, or government departments. Comply with all laws and regulations and impartially apply them. Use county funds and resources efficiently, including materials, equipment and time. Avoid any interest or activity that is in conflict with the conduct of official duties. Strive for personal excellence and professional development by keeping up to date on state and federal laws, court opinions, Division of Elections opinions, Attorney General opinions and emerging issues facing the electoral process. Work to improve federal and state laws dealing with elections and voter registration. Effectively and efficiently work with other governmental agencies, political subdivisions, and other organizations in order to serve the public good. Approved in regular session by the members of FSASE Initial adoption in 1999, Reaffirmation Winter Mid-Year Conference 2006

60 F.S.A.S.E. Directories Courtesy of Offering Superior Election Management Tools 2840 Remington Green Circle Tallahassee, FL (850) and PHIPADA, Inc. d/b/a D.R. Woodruff & Associates & ECA NW 70th Avenue Starke, FL (904)

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