Florida's 2020 Session on Social

With another Florida session in the books, Moore brings an inside look at which legislators drove conversation and engagement on Twitter.

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Liz Shawen Underwood

Managing Director of Advocacy

Moore is excited to launch Session on Social recognizing Florida’s top 10 legislators with the highest social media engagement. Digital engagement is more important now than ever, and Florida lawmakers recognize how critical it is to use social media to communicate with their constituents. We applaud every legislator who amplifies their voice on social media as we highlight this year’s top 10.

Why Session on Social? Our Managing Director of Advocacy, Liz Underwood, explains.

Analytics like these are crucial and can benefit your clients' initiatives moving forward, as social media enables legislators to:

  • Meet constituents where they are: Constituents are online more than ever - and they expect to seamlessly engage with legislators wherever (and however) they want.
  • Provide a platform for constituents’ voices: Social media lets grasstops and grassroots constituents speak out about issues that impact them the most.
  • Support citizen action on issues: Legislators can listen (and take action) when constituents and grasstops voice their concerns on social media about important issues.

Moore, we leverage data and research to create thoughtful strategies and actions for our clients. Let’s connect to discuss how our digital strategy and data can benefit you and your clients.

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