|West Palm Beach, FL - July 6, 2006 - The Supervisor of Elections Office announced July is “Register Online Month” according to a statewide Get Out The Vote (GOTV) initiative on behalf of The Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections (FSASE). The Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections website allows you to download and print a voter registration application. Once the application is completed, it is necessary to provide an original signature on the application and send it in to the Elections Office. Visit www.pbcelections.org to learn more about the elections process and the requirements to register or update your voter information.
The 2006 GOTV program encourages Floridians to register, update their voter records, volunteer as poll workers and vote in the primary and general elections. The statewide GOTV plan is designed to allow each county to adapt their voter education plans to their own needs based on a calendar of themed months.
Palm Beach County is doing all we can to improve our election process, as well as the number of our citizens who participate,” said PBC Supervisor of Elections, Dr. Arthur Anderson. “We are providing voter education in our county to increase public awareness of the right to vote and encouraging voter registration as well as participation in the election process. Making registering and voting as convenient as possible is what the GOTV program and our other community outreach efforts throughout the county are all about.”
For more information on registering, voting or volunteering, please contact The Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Office at (561) 656-6200 or visit www.pbcelections.org. Eligible citizens can register to vote throughout the year, August 7th is the deadline to register for the September 5 Primary Election and October 10th is the deadline to register for the November 7 General Election. One Voice Becomes Many - VOTE!