Voter Registration Deadline Extended By One Week

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Oct. 12— Tallahassee— Voter Registration Deadline Extended By One Week A judge called it “irrational” for Florida to reject the idea of extending its voter registration deadline, which has been extended by ONE week today because of Hurricane Matthew, after the League of Women Voters of

Don’t Be Fooled by Utility-Backed Solar Amendment

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Don’t Be Fooled by Utility-Backed Solar Amendment By Paula Dockery Polls consistently show the overwhelming majority of Floridians have a positive view of solar energy, yet the Sunshine State lags behind many states in solar power. One obstacle has been

Government help needed to protect public from Zika

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Sept. 19, 2016— Fears of Zika have been buzzing in my ears and mind like the hungry mosquito that is spreading the Zika throughout Florida. I am concerned for the young people and my own children who are planning to

Guest Blog: We Need You to Speak Up for Florida Forever

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Sept. 17— Guest Blog— We Need You to Speak Up for Florida Forever by Gladys Delgadillo, Florida Conservation Coalition Senator Bob Graham, the Florida Conservation Coalition, and Florida Blue invite you to attend Speak Up for Florida Forever, a festival

Leaders Launch Campaign Opposing Utility-Backed Amendment 1

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Tuesday Sept. 7— Tallahassee, Fla. — Opposition to utility-backed solar proposal spans political spectrum Today on a statewide conference call, a broad and diverse coalition of leaders presented a united front opposing a utility-backed proposal appearing on November’s ballot as Amendment 1. Republicans,

Election FAQs-

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Important election coming up: November General Election, Tuesday November 8th   Q – I don’t remember how I’m registered. How can I find out? A – Go to Be Ready To Vote website and follow the instructions to see your

College Student Voting FAQs

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College Student Voting FAQs Voting and registering to vote can present college students with questions that don’t ordinarily come up.  Students move often, aren’t sure what address to use and generally have a lot more questions as “first timers”. A voter’s address

2016 Council Workshop Materials

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CLICK HERE to view and download the materials from all the different workshops offered during the 2016 Council of Leaders! These 9 workshops covered membership recruitment and development; Local League Boards; Leadership Development; Messaging and Communication Training; and more!

LWV Volusia County: 2016 Legislative Summit Report

“We drove home […] full of wonder at the IMPACT of these important days on us!” said LWV Volusia County Member Suze Peace. “Please consider going yourself next year!” Read the full report to hear more from Suze Peace and

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