Ensuring and Communicating Integrity in the 2020 Elections


January 14, 2020 to January 14, 2020
11:30 AM untill 01:00 PM


In the 2020 elections, Florida will be in the spotlight, not only because we are a deeply divided “must win” state, but also because of our history of electoral controversy – from recounts to hanging chads. Florida’s election officials are gearing up for this challenge. Their plans are a valuable case study that can help guide almost every public relations crisis. FPRA-SWFL’s January 14 Membership Seminar features a panel of regional elections officials and a candidate advocate who are preparing to weather the 2020 elections storm. -Maintaining our ethics in a polarizing political climate -Challenges being faced by election officials across the state and how supervisors are communicating with their publics to ensure them their vote is protected -Media relations and crisis communication tips we can all take back and apply to our professions Our panel will discuss these important issues – and answer your questions about how they would apply their insights to your specific challenges. The elections will likely be the top news story in Florida this year. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the inside story. Panelists: · Cyndee Wooley, APR – C2 Communications, campaign consultant · Trish Robertson, APR, CPRC – Collier County Supervisor of Elections, PR Officer · Vicki Collins – Lee County Supervisor of Elections, Director of Communications Moderator: · Mike Jackson, APR (former NBC News Correspondent and Chicago News Anchor, reporter of dozens of controversial elections) FPRA-SWFL January Membership Seminar January 14, 2020 – 11:30 am – 1 pm Dave & Buster’s 13499 S. Cleveland Ave. Ste 400, Ft. Myers, FL 33907 Register online at www.fpraswfl.org


Dave & Buster's at Bell Tower ShopsView map
13499 S. Cleveland Ave. Ste 400,
Fort Myers, 33907, FL

Additional Information


Randy Mitchelson, APR


$30 for members | $40 for future members | $25 for students

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