BE READY TO VOTE – BROWARD
2014 Ballot Amendments
Attend a forum at your local Broward County Library to learn the pros and cons of the
- 3 state amendments
- 2 questions for Broward voters
- 10 municipality issues
- Coral Springs: Charter Amendments, Bond Issue
- Hallandale Beach: Bond Issue
- Margate: Charter Amendments
- Parkland: Charter Amendments
- Pembroke Pines: Charter Amendments
- Plantation: Charter Amendments
- Southwest Ranches: Charter Amendments
- Sunrise: Bond Issue
- West Park: Charter Amendments
- Weston: Charter Amendments
A network of organizations operating on the ground and through social media will register tens of thousands of voters in the ﬁeld and tens of thousands more online while also receiving pledges to vote from those already registered.
Need to register or update your voter registration? Join the League at one of these events!
9:30 – 11:00 am – Pride Center
2040 N Dixie Hwy, Wilton Manors
11 – 12:00 noon – LWV Amendment Forum, North Regional/Broward County Library
1100 Coconut Creek Blvd, Coconut Creek
7 – 9:00 pm – Coral Springs City Commission Candidate Forum
9950 NW 29th Street, Coral Springs
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.