Welcome to the Brevard County Supervisor of Elections Future Voter Corner!
It is important for Brevard’s Future Voters to learn about the elections process and the U.S. Government before casting their first vote on Election Day. Below you will find a list of excellent educational resources suitable for children of all ages who are interested in learning more about the U.S. Government and how it operates.
Florida Department of State
Here you will find information about Florida’s history, state symbols, and the Capitol.
Florida Senate Kids
This handbook gives children an opportunity to learn about the Florida Senate and how a bill becomes a law at the state level.
Statistics in Schools
This is the U.S. Census Bureau's site for kids and teachers interested in learning more about America's population, places and the economy.
Ben's Guide to the U.S. Government
This website is a great educational resource for children of all ages interested in learning about the U.S. Government.
U.S. Mint for Kids
This is an excellent site with information about the history of U.S. coins.
Are you a teacher interested in bringing the elections process to life in your classroom?
As an educator, you play a vital role in the development of Brevard's youth and their civic education. The Supervisor of Elections office has a variety of resources available to excite young minds about the importance of voting and the elections process. For example, as a teacher, you can request Supervisor Tim Bobanic as a guest speaker for your classroom to discuss the elections process and the importance of voting. In addition, the elections office offers other resources and tours of the Election Support Center.
Please contact the Outreach Coordinator using this online form or call 321-690-6850 for more information regarding how the Supervisor of Elections office can enhance your curriculum for Brevard's Future Voters!