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Broward League
League of Women Voters of Broward County - nonpartisan organization established in 1953 to promote informed and active participation in the political process.
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Broward League Nov 27
We hold voter registrations with the help of contributions from people like YOU. Empower voters. Defend democracy. It's what we do. Please give to the League of Women Voters of Broward County on .
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Broward League Nov 20
Hear a League member explain why the Electoral College has to go -- and how to do it. Come to the Daniel Cantor Senior Center, 5000 N Nob Hill Rd, Sunrise, on Friday, Nov. 30, 11:30 a.m. Read more about National Popular Voter Interstate Compact.
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Broward League Nov 6
Help make sure everyone you see today is voting. Encounter someone with a voting problem? Here's the Election Protection Hotline: 866-OURVOTE or 866-687-8683.
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Broward League Nov 6
Here are the transportation options for Election Day you can use or recommend. Get discounted service: UBER -- LYFT --
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Broward League Nov 5
Be ready for Election Day. 1. If you are voting on Election Day, find your precinct and verify you are registered 2. If you voted by mail, verify your ballot was received. Here's where:
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Broward League Nov 5
Do you still have a Vote By Mail ballot? It's too late to mail it. Either drop if off at one of the Supervisor or Elections offices OR go to your precinct on Election Day. At your precinct, you must vote a regular ballot. SOE addresses & hours here:
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Broward League Nov 5
So far 299,154 people voted early in Broward & 168,951 voted by mail. That's 468,105 voters - 39.6% turnout. Votes by mail are still coming in, but the totals for early voting are more than double the 2014 midterm election. (But still less than early votes in 2016.)
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Broward League Nov 5
Important message from LWV Broward president: "Voting is the single most effective way citizens can affect the direction of our country, our state, our county, and our communities." Read op-ed from Sun-Sentinel.
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Broward League Nov 5
Think your vote doesn't count? Read this NPR story on all the races that were decided by a single vote (or a little more.)
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Broward League Nov 4
If you have problems at the polls, don't despair, get immediate assistance by calling 866-OUR-VOTE
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Broward League Nov 4
Don't wait until Election Day. Vote today until 7 p.m. at any of 22 early voting sites.
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Broward League Nov 3
Election Day is just 3 days away and we have all the info you need to hit the polls! Spread the word to help make sure that your friends & family have everything they need to vote!
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Broward League Nov 2
VOTE: Because it matters.
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Broward League Nov 2
We're counting down, and Election Day is just days away! Are you ready to vote? Visit now to view your personalized voter guide, check your local polling hours & get all the information you need to vote on Tuesday!
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Broward League Nov 1
Join us, and Winter the Dolphin in voting YES on Amendment 9!
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Broward League Nov 1
"Voting is the single most effective way citizens can affect the direction of our country, our state, our county, and our communities." Read Broward League President Bradette Jepsen's op-ed from the Sun-Sentinel.
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Broward League Nov 1
Broward commission passed a resolution approving Lock it up! (previously) and printed 1,000 flyers to place in libraries & the government building
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Broward League Oct 31
Save this number. If you or someone you know has trouble voting, call the Election Protection hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE. Spanish speakers, call 888-839-8682. This hotline is staffed from 9 to 7 until Nov. 5, and for 24 hours on Election Day.
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Broward League Oct 31
There is nothing scarier than ignoring your civic duty to vote! Early voting sites are now open across the county, get prepared by visiting then GO VOTE!
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Broward League Oct 30
Many have asked us about Broward County Charter Questions. LWV supports the 1st, 2nd and 3rd - for more information on what each item means, check out this well researched opinion piece from the Sun Sentinel:
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