The Florida Association for Constitutional Officers (FACO) is a Tax-Exempt 501(c)(6) Professional Association that was created in 2016 to represent the interests and protect the independence of clerks of court, comptrollers, property appraisers, sheriffs, supervisors of elections and tax collectors across Florida through advocacy, education and litigation support.
FACO’s general purpose for which it is organized includes:
- Provide a not-for-profit, public purpose organization to serve as an instrumentality of, and an agent for, elected or appointed county constitutional officers in the State of Florida, as described in Article VIII, Section 1(d) of the Florida Constitution; and
- Provide a non-political, non-partisan organization to aid and assist county constitutional officers in the State of Florida in carrying out their public purpose and functions; and
- Advocate for and protect the independence of county constitutional officers in accordance with the Florida Constitution and Florida Statutes; and
- Work in cooperation with public officials, public organizations, private citizens and private organizations at the national, state and local levels to stimulate and encourage the development of dialog and programs in furtherance of FACO’s mission.
- Constitutional Officer
- Associational Member
- Friends of FACO
Voting Membership (each paid, eligible membership receives one vote)
To join, complete and follow the instructions in the Membership Application at the JOIN button above and send to:firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information or assistance to join, please contact FACO at:
2910 Kerry Forest Parkway, D4 #375
Tallahassee, FL 32309
Gigi Rollini, FACO General Counsel
(850) 792-4936 or email@example.com
To make a payment online, click here, or scan the QR Code below:
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