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NEWS RELEASE: Collier County Supervisor of Elections Office Launches a Newly Designed Website


December 30, 2011

For more information contact:

Cyndi Young, Education Coordinator
Supervisor of Elections Office ~ (239) 252-8450



Earlier this month, the Collier County Supervisor of Elections Office launched a newly redesigned website, as well as a mobile website. Welcoming technology, the Supervisor of Elections Office is always exploring ways to expand its reach to a broader audience. The latest addition, a mobile website, targets ‘Voters on the Go!’

The new user-friendly website was designed to make it easier for visitors to navigate and more aesthetically pleasing. The site boosts some new and enhanced features including a scrolling slide show with current election information and various images. Designed with a more transactional approach, the top of the homepage includes links with picture icons making access quick and easy to one of seven options – Am I Registered?, Register to Vote, Vote by Mail, Find My Precinct, My Sample Ballots, Work at the Polls, and a Calendar.

The website allows voters to review and update their voter registration information; request, check the status and track mail/absentee ballots; and review their sample ballot. Visitors will also find information on working at the polls or becoming a candidate.

For ‘Voters on the Go,’ the mobile website is as simple as the process is seamless. Users simply go to and their smart phone will direct them to a minimized version, as shown, of the Supervisor of Elections website. Voters on the Go users will have access to What is My Registration Status?, Request an Absentee Ballot, Where do I Vote? and What is My Ballot Status? Users also have the option of viewing the full website on their smart phone with just the click of a button.

We invite you to visit our newly designed website at or visit us through your mobile device.

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