Brian Corley has been serving the Citizens of Pasco County as the Supervisor of Elections since 2007 and in that time has presided over thirty elections with nearly 1.5 million votes cast. During his tenure, the Pasco County Election’s Office continues to be recognized for innovation, efficiency and transparency in serving the voters. He previously served in senior managerial positions with the Pasco County Clerk of the Circuit Court, as well as the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office.
He is a State-certified Election administrator by the Florida Department of State and is the past President of the Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections. He has testified numerous times before Florida Legislative Senate and House Committees on election and voting related issues.
Nationally, Corley has been a featured speaker and panelist with such organizations as the Bi-Partisan Policy Center (BPC), the Elections Assistance Commission (EAC), the International Association of Government Officials (IGO), the Pew Charitable Trusts “Voting Information Project” committee, The National Election Center (Election Security Taskforce), The “Vote At Home” Advisory Council and the Governor’s Advisory Committee on Government Operations.
Corley has been a resident of Pasco County since 1979 and a proud product of Pasco County Schools. Brian, along with his wife Ann-Marie and their son Joseph, reside in New Port Richey. Joseph attends River Ridge High School. Their daughter, Sarah, is an Operations Specialist in the United States Navy. Corley has been actively involved in community service with multiple organizations to include: Pasco Education Foundation, Dade City Kiwanis Club, Take Stock in Children Program, Pasco County School District Vision Committee, One Community Now, USF MPA Advisory Board and Empowering Pasco Veterans Board of Directors. He received both his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of South Florida, and has been an adjunct professor for Public Administration with Barry University.