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Issues and Voices that Matter April 1, 2010

State Constitutional Amendments

Hear a 20-minute presentation by Michael Ertel, Supervisor of Elections for Seminole County, Florida remarking on pending Florida state constitutional amendments related to fair state and federal districts and Hometown Democracy, presented by the Oviedo Winter Springs Regional Chamber of Commerce. Ertel also speaks about the mission and role of his office as it relates to absentee balloting, early voting, voter registration and precinct boundary lines. After Ertel’s presentation, the remainder of the event, at a length of 12-minutes, includes introductions of new chamber members, event announcements, and the unveiling of the Taste of Oviedo poster.
Feature Length — 36:46


Selected photos courtesy – Charles Wells Photography

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Key Participant
Michael Ertel, speaker and supervisor of elections, Seminole County, Florida (photo: CMF Public Media)
Michael Ertel
Supervisor of Elections, Seminole County Florida

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Additional Participants
Paul Partyka, former chamber president and managing partner, NAI Realvest (photo: CMF Public Media)
Paul Partyka
Former chamber president and managing partner, NAI Realvest

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Joe Regenstein IV, chamber secretary and financial planner, Rainstone Financial (photo: Charles Wells Photography)
Joe Regenstein IV
Chamber secretary and financial planner, Rainstone Financial

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Relevant External Links on Subjects Addressed by Mr. Ertel

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“Various Luncheon Pictures” Photo Credit – Charles Wells Photography

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Additional Event Information

On this Heard in Central Florida, you’ll hear a gavel to gavel presentation by Michael Ertel, Supervisor of Elections for Seminole County, Florida. His presentation lasts 20-minues and includes remarks on pending Florida state constitutional amendments, particularly related to fair state and federal districts and Hometown Democracy. He also speaks about the mission and role of his office as it relates to absentee balloting, early voting, voter registration and precinct boundary lines.

After Michael Ertel’s presentation, the remainder of the event, at a length of 12-minutes, includes introduction of new chamber members, chamber event announcements, and the unveiling of the Taste of Oviedo poster.

As you listen to this presentation, please note that the Heard in Central Florida webpage offers you relevant and helpful information regarding the issues discussed and there are still pictures of the event included in an on-line slide show.

The Heard in Central Florida site also offers a comment section, and the ability to email a link to the site to a person you know who may be interested in the issue of ballot initiatives.

This presentation marks the third in a series of collaborations Carroll McKenney Public Media has initiated with the Oviedo/Winter Springs Florida Regional Chamber of Commerce through a series of on-going programs staged by the chamber to address a range of important issues relevant to the business community and the general population in the communities served by the chamber.

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