Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Voters in line at closing time are allowed to vote.
Unlike early voting, voters must vote at their assigned neighborhood precinct.
Democrats will pick candidates to run for governor and attorney general. Republicans and Democrats will pick nominees to run for Congress, County Commission and the state Legislature.
All voters, even those who aren’t registered in a political party, can vote in the nonpartisan elections for judges and School Board.
Use VOTE411.org to find detailed information about the candidates on your ballot.
League General Meeting
- Wednesday, August 20, 2014
- 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
- Wynmoor Village Clubhouse - Ballroom C – 1001 Wynmoor Circle – Coconut Creek, FL
Attend this important meeting and learn how we are working in the community and about the League’s many exciting initiatives:
- VOTE411- online voter guide
- candidate forums and voter registration events
- BE READY TO VOTE – BROWARD, presentations on ballot amendments
- 2014 Florida Elections and Voter Guide
Light refreshments will be served. Bring a friend! Everyone is welcome. You don’t have to be a League member to attend.
League of Women Voters partners with the other organizations, including the Florida Immigrant Coalition, at the Florida New Americans Campaign citizenship clinic held at Broward College South Campus on Saturday, June 14.
Broward League volunteers are: (standing) Jerry Ziertman, Miki Boyer, Lynne Joshi, Scherry Donato, John Simon, John Voss and (seated) Carol Smith, Laura Simon, and Diane Diaz. Not pictured are LWV of Miami-Dade League members, Elizabeth Pines and Lourdes Diaz.
We registered voters and let everyone know that the League is the go-to organization for election information!