May 23, 2024

Orlando, Fla. — All Voting is Local Action and a coalition of nonpartisan civic engagement organizations are hosting a press conference at the Seminole County Services Building in Sanford on Tuesday, May 28, at 8:30 a.m. ET to urge Seminole County Commissioners to fund paid postage on mail-in ballots. This small step from the county would make a huge difference in encouraging people to vote and remove the burden on voters having to find and pay for stamps. 

During the most recent presidential election in 2020, nearly 110,000 voters in Seminole County voted by mail, showing just how popular this voting method is to its residents. 

The group of voting rights advocates will invite members of the press and public to join them to advocate for paid postage on mail-in ballots.

What: Press conference on Seminole County’s including paid postage on mail-in ballots

When: Tuesday, May 28 at 8:30 a.m. ET


Seminole County Services Building (side entrance leading to Board of County Commissioners office)

1101 E. First Street
Sanford, FL 32771


  • Tark Aouadi, Emgage Senior Adviser
  • Sam Coodley, All Voting is Local Action Florida Campaign Manager
  • Alejandro Florez, Poder Latinx Community Organizer
  • Cecilia Gonzalez Latino Justice PRLDEF Advocacy Coordinator for Voting Rights
  • Genesis Robinson, Equal Ground Interim Executive Director
  • Deana Schott, League of Women Voters Seminole Voter Service Chair