The League of Women Voters has a resource for residents, the E-Voter, that can be used to learn about all the candidates running for office in the primary. The E-Voter is now online at https://tinyurl.com/2020-E-Voter.
Florida’s presidential preference primary is scheduled for March 17. Are you ready to vote?
We can’t seem to get away from coverage of the 2020 presidential candidates, but did you know there will also be municipal elections in Mary Esther and Valparaiso on the same day?
CHECK OUT the League’s E-Voter resource.
Well, the League of Women Voters of Okaloosa & Walton Counties has you covered. The 2020 Okaloosa-Walton E-Voter is your one-stop-shopping place to learn about the candidates so you can cast an informed ballot.
The E-Voter is now online at https://tinyurl.com/2020-E-Voter. The League urges all registered voters to take some time to invest in the future of your country and your cities (if you live in Mary Esther or Valparaiso) by making smart decisions when you vote.
Darlo Kiely, president, LWVOWC