In Florida, we know every vote counts
The League’s online nonpartisan voters’ guide www.vote411.org is chock full of voting and candidate information.
To use it, enter your address and get information right down to your precinct. The system provides you with information on candidates running in your districts so you can print or email to yourself your personalized sample ballot.
Here’s more information about what Vote411 offers.
Extra week of voter registration had dramatic impact
When the deadline for voter registration was extended by a week because of Hurricane Matthew, thousands of Floridians took advantage, according to a report in the Miami Herald. Data suggests there are potentially 63,596 more voters. Read more.
How to make a difference before Election Day
We are down to the wire, and there is a lot we can accomplish in these last few weeks before Election Day. Here’s what we can do, according to Laura Simon, voter service chair.
Spread the word: Ask people you know to commit to vote.
- Oct. 24 through Nov 6 at 21 locations around Broward. Polls open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Vote By Mail
- If you still need a ballot, call 954-357-7055 or use website: browardsoe.org
- At your precinct, Nov. 8. Polls open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.; bring an approved ID with your picture and signature.
Vote no on Big Utility’s Amendment 1
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.