Tommy Doyle Sworn-In As Lee County Supervisor of Elections

Tommy Doyle Sworn-In As Lee County Supervisor of Elections

Lee County, FL (January 4, 2017) Tommy Doyle was sworn-in as Lee County Supervisor of Elections on Tuesday, January 3, 2017.  The swearing-in ceremony and reception was held at the Lee County Elections Center.

  “I am privileged and proud to have been elected to be your Supervisor of Elections.  Now it’s time to get to work” Tommy Doyle, Lee County Supervisor of Elections.

Tommy Doyle’s inaugural ceremony was a family event.  Tommy’s wife, Donna, held the bible as Tommy was sworn-in.  Ryan, Tommy’s oldest son, provided a warm introduction and administered the oath of office.  Daughter, Lauren, led guests in the Pledge of Allegiance, and youngest son, Taylor, sang a beautiful rendition of God Bless America.

Left to right: Ryan Doyle, Sarah Doyle, Lauren Doyle, Tommy Doyle, Donna Doyle and Taylor Doyle

Many local dignitaries attended the ceremony.

Left to right: Peter Simmons, Bonita Springs Mayor, Larry Hart, Tax Collector, Tommy Doyle, Supervisor of Elections, Larry Kiker, County Commissioner, Bernie Long, Wayne Smith, and Cecil Pendergrass, County Commissioner

Clerk of Court, Linda Doggett, and Tommy Doyle

The Lee County Supervisor of Elections Office is dedicated to serving our public.  We strive for success and excellence in shaping the future of voting in Lee County by empowering every eligible citizen with the tools and education necessary to exercise his or her right to vote.  We endeavor to guarantee the integrity and accuracy of every election by administering fair and appropriate voting procedures in compliance with federal and state election laws.  For more information about elections, candidates, voter registration, early voting, vote-by-mail requests, precinct locations, poll workers, and outreach events, please visit our website or call LEE VOTE (533-8683).



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