Voter Service: Vote & Get Involved!

League volunteers register voters at USFSP on National Voter Registration Day.

Voter Services is at the core of what we do as the League of Women Voters!  The team’s goal is to support voters at all stages of their voting cycle, from registration to voter education to voter protection. 

The Voter Services team oversees the following activities:

How to Get Involved with LWVSPA’s Voter Services Team

To get involved with the Voter Services team, contact:

Our volunteers have a positive impact on the 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 in our nonpartisan Voter Guide. 
  • 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.
  • Serving as non-partisan poll monitors outside of polling places on Election Day.

Resources for Pinellas County Voters

Here the information you’ll need to vote in Pinellas County:

If it’s Election Day and you have a question that need an immediate answer, call the LWVSPA office at 727-295-5255 and trained volunteers will be available to help.


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