501c4 nonprofit corporation focusing on ensuring Election Integrity and Good Governance by facilitating synergy across grass-roots movements and established organizations.
To inform | educate the public of transparent, American Florida first candidates and to help ensure election integrity.
Ensure that the supervisors of elections are being accountable to the citizens in the state of Florida.
This committee will work in concert with the Board of Directors to coordinate and advance the efforts of the corporation in the several counties in Florida. The Board of Directors shall recognize a County Coordinating Associate, who will advise the Board of Directors of important county matters that may require action by the Board of Directors for each county where the corporation is active. This committee will be responsible for canvassing, poll watcher, poll worker, and ballot initiative operations.
This committee will be responsible for creating and maintaining an online presence, to include web page, social media, and all other forms of media, to publish and communicate important corporate efforts and calls to action. The Committee will work closely with the other committees and the Board of Directors to coordinate and communicate matters important to the corporation and to grow the corporation.
This committee shall identify legislative, executive, and judicial issues that impact the Florida voting population in a positive or negative manner and will inform the Board of Directors of those issues and make recommendations on potential actions.
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