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 Service Committee works to increase turnout by facilitating 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.

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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.

Upcoming Voter Services Events

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The League of Women Voters encourages active and informed participation in government. That includes educating voters. Since the League is a nonpartisan organization and does not support candidates or political parties, we do not hold candidate forums without confirmed participation from all individuals whose names will appear on printed ballots. At the federal level, the FEC has distinct requirements regarding candidate forums. As a chapter, we extend and apply those same requirements to non-federal races. Without having all candidates confirming participation, forums are cancelled so that there is no implied endorsement. If a candidate withdraws shortly before an event or is late to an event, this is handled on a case-by-case basis following guidelines set forth by the League of Women Voters of the United States.

2019-2020 Voter Services Program


Provide programs to inform voters and encourage active participation in elections.

Education / Action

  • Develop a plan to increase voter registration and voter turnout for returning Amendments 4 citizens, and in Hispanic, African-American, and other minority communities.
  • Develop and distribute voter educational materials to encourage voter education and voter turnout.
  • Sponsor televised candidate forums.
  • Coordinate with other community agencies in nonpartisan issue forums.
  • Participate in the LWVCC Speakers’ Bureau.
  • Monitor Supervisor of Election and Canvassing Board meetings.
  • Continue involvement in Know Your County Government Teen Citizenship Program.
  • Educate about the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact.

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