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NABWIC TALKS: with Jerry Holland, Duval County's- Supervisor of Elections

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Duval County’s Supervisor of Elections, Jerry Holland, was elected into office in the 2005’s Special 
Election. He is honored in having the opportunity to serve the citizens of Duval County for the last seven 
years and re-elected in 2011 without opposition. 
Throughout Supervisor Holland’s term in office, he has registered 64,415 students in Countywide Student 
Voter Registration Drives held each school year. Supervisor Holland’s goal is to introduce students to the 
electoral process to strengthen the foundation of our Democracy and to continue educating future 
generations.
Supervisor Holland served as the 2002-2003 President of Jacksonville City Council during his first term on 
the Council. Supervisor Holland earned his Master’s degree in Education and his Bachelor of Business 
Administration in Transportation and Logistics form the University of North Florida.
Supervisor Holland and his wife, Beverly, have one son, Brian, married to Kylie and are proud 
grandparents.

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