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NEWS RELEASE: Gulf Coast High School Wins the 2020 Annual High School Voter Registration Challenge



CONTACT: Trish Robertson
(239) 252-8052 
Cell: (239) 776-1131


Collier County, Fla.—October 23, 2020: Since September, the Collier County Supervisor of Elections office has been engaging high school students in the electoral process by challenging them to register and pre-register to vote through their annual High School Voter Registration Challenge.

Of the eight participating high schools, Gulf Coast High School won this year’s challenge with 109 voter registration applications received.

“Students who registered or pre-registered to vote through this challenge and who will be 18 by Election Day on November 3 will be eligible to vote in this election,” – Jennifer J. Edwards, Collier County Supervisor of Elections.

The entire challenge garnered 288 voter registration applications. The participating schools included: Barron Collier High School, First Baptist Academy, Golden Gate High School, Gulf Coast High School, Immokalee High School, Lely High School, Lorenzo Walker Technical School and Palmetto Ridge High School.

To learn more about the voter outreach and education programs provided by the Supervisor of Elections office, visit or call (239) 252-VOTE.


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