Voter Service Updates
August 26, 2014: Florida Primary
November 4, 2014: General Election
Click here for election Dates to Remember from the Florida Division of Elections.
Click here to read the League’s Voting Tips for 2014!
Click here to learn more about engaging young voters!
Be Ready to Vote Statewide Campaign
Our nationally award-winning mobile and desktop website, www.bereadytovote.org, makes it easy for any voter to find his/her Supervisor of Elections no matter where in Florida they may live. Available in Spanish: www.vamosavotar.org.
Be Ready to Vote has been structured as a one-stop shop for any information about upcoming Florida elections and voting.
Be Ready offer voters access to:
- Sample ballots (via SOE websites)
- Precinct information for any voter
- Early Voting location and hours
- Voter Registration information
- Ability to track your mail-in ballot once mailed
- Local League Election Guides containing local candidate information (city/county commission, school board, judicial)
- 2014 Nonpartisan Voter Guide covering the constitutional amendments and statewide races
- Information about Judicial Races (via the Florida Bar)
- Information about Merit Retention of Judges
- Links to www.vote411.org for candidate profiles (Congress, Florida House/Senate)
- Links to the Florida Division of Elections to check your voter status and update your address
- Links to all 67 SOEs to make contact via email, phone or website
- FAQ on Voting Myths and 3 Ways to Vote in Florida
- List of types of I.D. required to cast an in-person ballot
www.floridabar.org/thevotesinyourcourt (Judicial Races and Merit Retention Facts)
www.866ourvote.org (Election Protection)
http://election.dos.state.fl.us/index.shtml (Florida Division of Elections homepage)
Civil Rights Restoration in Florida
The Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRRC) helps former felony offenders navigate the civil rights restoration process. For more information about the FRRC or their work, please visit their website here.
League Candidate Forums
To access our Guide to Candidate Forums and Debates, click here.
To access our Frequently Asked Questions regarding Candidate Forums and Debates, click here.
To access the national League’s FAQ’s on Candidate forums and debates, please click here.
“Be Ready to Vote” Tag campaign buttons and business cards are available through the state office. Buttons are available for 75 cents each, while business cards are free of charge. Please place orders through the state office.
Check out the promotional graphics available below:
“Be Ready to Vote” Poster in English
“Be Ready to Vote” Poster in Spanish
Promotional graphics provided here are Adobe Acrobat PDF files. All graphics are available in any file format required. Please request graphics from the state office.
We would like to thank our generous “Be Ready to Vote” mobile campaign sponsor!