Federal Court Order On Voter Registration Deadline

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October 10, 2016 5:53 PM From: Matthews, Maria I.To: FVRSContactsSubject: Notice- Fed Order re Voter Reg Deadline Dear Supervisors of Elections, Please read attached federal court temporary restraining order. You are directed to extend the voter registration deadline until Wednesday, October 12, 2016,

Eskamani joins League of Women Voters State Board

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Sept. 26— Tallahassee— Eskamani joins League of Women Voters State Board The League of Women Voters of Florida is pleased to announce the appointment of Anna Eskamani to our State Board of Directors.” Anna brings a millennial mind and a profound

These Are Our Nonpartisanship Rules

September 21, 2016— League of Women Voters of Florida: These Are Our Nonpartisanship Rules Submitted by Nancy Smith The League of Women Voters of Florida (LWVF) submitted a letter to Sunshine State News Tuesday clarifying the organization’s nonpartisan policy after SunShineStateNews published

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,

League brings candidates together for forum

“Candidates from six primary election races provided their stance on […] local issues during a candidate forum Sunday hosted by the League of Women Voters of Alachua County in conjunction with the Bob Graham Center for Public Service.” Click here to

LWVF Guide to the Senate Candidates

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Voter Guide to US Senate Candidates The League of Women Voters of Florida is non-partisan and as such does not endorse candidates nor political parties. We have always been committed to helping voters become informed and engaged through available methods. All qualified candidates

No on Amendment 1 in November

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  Vote NO on Amendment 1 in November We have the date to help promote SOLAR in our state. One hurdle has been jumped in August, with the vote for expanded solar. On to November. Remember to vote NO for this utility-funded

Voting Gives You Influence!

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“This year, the Primary ballot has something for every registered voter, and these decisions will have a direct effect on you, your family, and your community.” Click Here to read more of this engaging and informative article in the Pensacola News

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