The heart and soul of the League of Women Voters is educating citizens to make informed decisions and to be involved in government. The Voter Services Committee works to increase turnout through voter registration and education. The League strives to ensure democracy works for every citizen by making sure every vote is counted and by following legislation impacting voting rights.

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan organization. It does not support or oppose candidates for public office in any election, nor does it take a stand for or against a political party.  This ethic of fairness informs all of our educational activities.

Scroll down to view the highlights of our activities or  follow these links for detailed information: Voter Services Program Description,  Voter Services News, Voter Services Events.

Voter Guides

The Voter Services Committee of LWVCC maintains two websites where voters can get informed about upcoming elections.   Our traditional voter guides can be found  here:  LWVCC Online Voter Guide.

LWVCC now uses our national voter guide system VOTE411.ORG !     Launched by the League of Women Voters  U.S.   VOTE411.ORG  is a “one-stop-shop” where voters can get informed.    Your local  Voter Services team is working to enter all of the Collier County races, candidates and issues.

Candidate Forums

The LWVCC encourages active and informed participation in government.  Candidate forums are an essential educational service for voters that we are uniquely qualified to offer.

In 2020, we partnered with civic and business organizations to stage live debates amongst candidates for Naples Mayor and City Council.   This standing room only event took place live in the Naples City Hall and was broadcast on a local TV channel.  Former President Diana Walsh is shown introducing the candidates for City Council.

See our statement on nonpartisanship here.
Disappointing cancellations protect non-partisan forum principles.


Vote by Mail Education

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, LWVCC has mobilized to educate voters how to VOTE BY MAIL   We are actively working to raise VBM awareness for the 2020 General Election.

To get involved email our coordinator at:   Vote By Mail .

Minority and Youth Outreach



Election Observation

Members from the LWVCC Voter Services Committee actively observe election activities.  Our members can be found at the Board of Elections headquarters observing the counting, recounting and canvassing of ballots.   We are proud of our relationship with the Collier County Supervisor of Elections, the honorable Jennifer J. Edwards.

Several LWVCC members were on hand, along with Collier Canvassing Board Chair Judge Mike Carr and Supervisor of…

Posted by League of Women Voters of Collier County, Florida on Thursday, August 11, 2016



Adopt A Precinct

The Collier County Board of Elections relies upon a network of paid and trained poll workers.  The LWVCC participates in the “Adopt a Precinct” program as a team and fundraiser.  Proceeds are donated back to LWVCC.

Contact Voter Services for more information:  mailto:[email protected]

Upcoming Voter Services Events

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Primary Election

August 18
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Primary Election

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