Voter Service: Vote & Get Involved!

Did you know you can register to vote online?  It takes 2 minutes!

Voting has never been easier. Request mail ballots and take advantage of voting in the comfort of your own home.



The Voter Service Action Group/Committee is known for its time-honored nonpartisan candidate forumsVoter Guides and voter registration drives.  

The League’s Voter Service goal is to help voters make informed ballot decisions. This committee provides non-partisan, unbiased, factual information on candidates and election issues – and – promotes citizen participation in elections.

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Voter Service in action conducting St. Petersburg Mayoral Forum.

Voter Service volunteers impact our community by:

  • Registering citizens to vote.
  • Identifying other community organizations & individuals interested in promoting an informed and active electorate.
  • Promoting voter turnout on election day, with special focus on groups with historically low turnout.
  • Partnering with community organizations to Get Out The Vote (GOTV).
  • Educating the community on basic registration and voting information.
  • Providing key election dates and deadlines.
  • Informing the public about changes in election law.
  • Surveying local and state candidates for their responses to issue-based questions for publication. The Pinellas County Voter Guide is an online community resource for election and voting information. 
  • Researching all sides of local ballot issues and creating “yes vote” and “no vote” analysis statements for publication in the Voter Guide.
  • Conducting candidate forums, observing state and national League guidelines to assure fairness and impartiality.

For more general information or to schedule our Voter Education and/or Registration Services email our office.

Democracy is not a spectator sport! Voting is just the start. Encourage your family, friends & others to Vote and get involved in the election process! 

To join the LWVSPA’s Voter Service efforts, contact Action Group lead: Raechel Garafalo

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Jennifer Lawless, Director of American University’s Women & Politics Institute, offers practical suggestions for how new technologies, national service programs, and well-strategized public service campaigns could generate political ambition in young people.