Why I vote

Why I vote

Broward College students are invited to participate in a Why I Vote Video Contest. Learn more.
Why go to Vote 411?

Why go to Vote 411?

VOTE411.org is a "one-stop-shop." Enter your address & all the information is about races that affect YOU.  

Decision 2016: Understanding amendments and referendum

Be informed before you vote. Understand the implications of the amendments on the Nov. 8 ballot for you and your community. Get to know the pros and cons of Broward County sales tax increase referendum on the ballot.

This presentation was a collaboration between the League of Women Voters of Broward County and the American Association of University Women. Margery Marcus and Kamala Anandam worked together to create the YouTube video.

Vote no on Big Utility’s Amendment 1;
it ‘blocks the sun’

The Florida League is among a  coalition of Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians, Greens, free market advocates, solar industry reps and non-partisan advocacy groups that have joined together to launch a citizen-led “Vote No On 1” campaign explaining that “Amendment 1 Blocks the Sun.” Learn more about the solar amendment on November’s ballot.

Jocelyn Cater-MillerPresident’s message: The importance of Decision 2016

Decision 2016 is fast approaching—Florida Primary and Election in August followed by the General Election in November–and the League of Women Voters of Broward County is working hard to ensure that citizens are registered and informed! Read more.


Vote411newVote411 is up and running: Use it and pass it on

The League’s online nonpartisan voters’ guide is up and running at www.vote411.org  with lots of candidate information.

Don’t know your district numbers?  Not to worry.  Simply enter your address and VOILA.  The system automatically provides you with information on candidates running in your districts so you can print or email to yourself your personalized sample ballot.

VOTE411 is updated frequently so check back often.  We invite members to mentionwww.vote411.org on their Facebook pages and tweet often. Try it out.

Voter Services: These Leaguers have been busy!

The League participated in eight candidate forums, nine speaking events and seven voter registrations in August. Volunteers support speakers and moderators by setting up an information/registration table, handing out materials, answering questions and registering/updating voters at every event.  Read more.