A “Don’t Miss” discussion on the merits and faults with approval of Medical Marijuana.
ATTENDEES WHO DO NOT RSVP WILL BE CHARGED A FLAT $20
The League is a grassroots organization which works to increase understanding of major public policy issues through education and advocacy.
To date, LWV Seminole is sponsoring “Hot Topics” on subjects defining our mission. We are also involved in voter education, Seminole schools, the environment, public transportation, the courts and voter registration. Join us on line at http://LWVSeminole.org or send your check for $59 to LWVS, PO Box 160394, Altamonte Springs, FL 32716-0394.
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The Winter Springs City Commission has voted to leave the Council of Local Governments, CALNO. Mayor Charles Lacey says the commission no longer serves a purpose, and tax payer dollars are better spent elsewhere.
Find more information at the Seminole Voice.
Great news! LWV FL has activated our countdown clock to remind voters: An election is near! ….AND …LWV Florida has launched the NEW LWVF Android Smartphone App: Be Ready to Vote. Convenience is the key for many voters; many U30 voters get the bulk of their information from their smartphones, and League can help meet that threshold! If you or someone you are have an ANDROID smartphone, follow these steps:
Available in English and Spanish
CANCELLED – Board of County Commission Candidates
(Only one candidate made themself available for this debate)
Monday, August 11, 2014
Forum will be 7-8.30 pm.
Historic St. James AME Church
819 Cypress Street
Sanford, FL 327771
Candidates on the August ballot in the Republican primary for seats on the Board of County Commissioners will face off in a League Q&A Forum. Marilyn Crotty, Director of the Florida Institute of Government at UCF, will moderate. Incumbent John Horan is being challenged by Jorge Martos for the District 2 seat. Since there is no Democratic or write-in candidate, the winner of the primary will win the seat. District 4 incumbent Carlton Henley will have no opponent on the ballot in either the primary or the general election.
Seminole County School Board Candidates
Thursday, August 14, 2014
Doors open at 6.30
Forum will be 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Seminole County Public Schools Headquarters
400 E. Lake Mary Boulevard
Lake Mary, FL 32746
With five challengers for two contested seats on the Seminole County School Board, the Forum promises to provide essential information for voters. LWV Seminole and the County Council of PTAs are partnering to produce the forum.Candidates for the District 1 seat, vacant since the death of Diane Bauer, include Frank D. Curcio, Jeff Bauer, and Rich Sloane. Incumbent Karen Almond will face challenger Gracia Miller for the District 2 spot. District 5 incumbent Tina Calderone does not have an opponent.