In an effort to reduce misinformation during elections, Paul Lux, Supervisor of Elections for Okaloosa County, has partnered with Florida Supervisors of Elections and the National Association of Secretaries of State on a new TrustedInfo2022 initiative.
According to the Supervisor’s office, #TrustedInfo2022 is a campaign designated to promote state and local elections officials as the trusted source regarding all election information.
“The biggest threat to our democracy is election misinformation, disinformation, and misinformation (MDM), that undermines voter confidence in the integrity of our elections,” says Wesley Wilcox, Marion County Supervisor of Elections. “Wilcox is also the President of the Florida Supervisors of Elections.”
- The goal of this new campaign is to support honesty, accuracy, and integrity within the Florida Election system.
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“Florida voters can be confident that our elections are accurate and conducted with the highest levels of integrity and transparency in our nation,” added Wilcox. “We are committed to ensuring voters have access to accurate election information during the 202 election cycle and beyond.”
To learn more about the National Association of Secretaries #TrustedInfo2022 campaign, information can be found at CanIVote.Org