LWVPBC Releases Voters' Guide
(PRESS RELEASE)_(West Palm Beach, FL – September 24, 2020) The League of Women Voters of Palm Beach County (LWVPBC) continues its tireless efforts to prepare local voters for the upcoming National Elections with the publication of the 2020 VOTERS’ GUIDE, a multi-page nonpartisan overview of current candidates and ballot issues. It is available online now at www.lwvpbc.org.
More than 128,000 copies of the printed 2020 VOTERS’ GUIDE are being distributed throughout Palm Beach County, primarily through the Sunday, October 4 issues of The Sun-Sentinel (Boca Raton, Delray Beach), The Palm Beach Post (Boynton Beach to Jupiter), and The Palm Beach Daily News (on the island). Copies have also been sent to city and county libraries, government buildings, and more.
“The League’s 2020 VOTERS’ GUIDE provides residents with many of the facts they will need to cast a well-informed vote, including information about the candidates, Florida constitutional amendments, and other local and statewide contests,” says LWVPBC President Ken Thomas. “Voting is a precious right, and democracy demands an informed electorate.”
The 2020 VOTERS’ GUIDE is just one of the League’s pre-election efforts to educate voters, including the website www.VOTE411.org and regular “Hot Topic” and “Cool Topic” discussions via Zoom.
Please note the deadline to register to vote in the November 3 general election is October 5, 2020. Voters can sign-up to receive a Vote-by-Mail ballot at www.pbcelections.org.
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