Breaking: League of Women Voters of Florida and Others Sue To Stop Florida’s Voter Suppression Bill

The League of Women Voters of Florida

Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy.

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.

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Legislative Priorities

LWVFL works to advocate for better Florida for all by drafting, supporting and opposing state legislation. Our grassroots membership determines specific legislative goals within various policy issues each year.

REGISTERING
RETURNING CITIZENS

Ending disenfranchisement and discrimination against people with convictions is a priority for the Florida League following the passage of 2018’s Amendment 4.

VOTER SERVICES

Much of LWVFL’s history stems from our work to register, empower and educate voters. We work endlessly to register new voters, host candidate forums and educate the public on various issues.

REDISTRICTING

The League believes congressional districts and government legislative bodies should be apportioned substantially on population. We promote transparent and accountable redistricting processes to end hyper-partisan practices that don’t benefit constituents. We oppose partisan and racial gerrymandering that strips rights away from voters

local Leagues

pieces of legislation passed in 2020 relating to key issues

years of service empowering voters and defending democracy
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Major political and policy issues LWVFL focuses on:

Clean Energy

Gun Safety

National Popular Vote

Election Reform

Health Care

Natural Resources

education

Immigration

Poverty

Ethics & Campaign Finance

Juvenile Justice

Reproductive Health & Justice

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Every 10 years, after the census, the Florida Legislature redraws our congressional, state House and state Senate districts, intending to create districts equal in population for equal representation. In 2012, the Florida Legislature passed gerrymandered maps, ignoring the Fair Districts Amendments. They must earn back our trust & that starts by committing to fair districts! 

One of the key ways in Florida to ensure fair maps is to ask our state legislators to comply with the FairDistricts constitutional provisions that are already in our state constitution. 

➡️ If you’re a Twitter user, use this tool to tweet at your legislators to sign the Fair Districts Pledge:  p2a.co/yJAUSPm

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