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The League of Women Voters of Florida

Nonpartisan advocacy and education for a thriving, equitable, safe Florida

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The League of Women Voters of Florida (LWVFL) is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government, working to increase understanding of major policy issues, and advocating for legislative changes and policies for the public good

Voting Rights, Education & Processes

Learn about registering and voting in the State of Florida and what the League does to help voters Be Ready To Vote 

Issues & Areas of Advocacy

Objective information about policy matters we focus on

Membership & Involvement

Participate in the process, join your local LWVFL chapter!

Your Florida Government

Find your elected officials and their contact information

Constitution Revision Commission 2017-2018

Once every twenty years, Florida’s Constitution provides for the creation of a thirty-seven member revision commission for the purpose of reviewing Florida’s Constitution and proposing changes for voter consideration

Register Voters

Follow the link below to view our member guide for taking part in League sponsored voter registration drives. Learn what it takes to register voters on behalf of the League.

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Climate change is real.
"Hurricanes... interact strongly with the ocean. They churn up the upper ocean and tap into its heat, offloading it into the winds and rain through evaporation. That fuels storms even as they serve as a "relief valve" for the ocean. Global warming, as it heats the ocean, is a source of fuel for more intense storms." insideclimatenews.org/news/18092017/hurricane-maria-irma-climate-change-models-storm-path-forecas...
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Climate change is real.
Hurricanes... interact strongly with the ocean. They churn up the upper ocean and tap into its heat, offloading it into the winds and rain through evaporation. That fuels storms even as they serve as a relief valve for the ocean. Global warming, as it heats the ocean, is a source of fuel for more intense storms. https://insideclimatenews.org/news/18092017/hurricane-maria-irma-climate-change-models-storm-path-forecast-puerto-rico
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