2018 Nonpartisan Voter Guide

Florida’s Primary Election on August 28 and General Election on Tuesday, November 6 will have a broad impact across the government — with many contests for powerful positions. Floridians will vote on candidates for federal, state and local offices and ballot initiatives, including 13 proposals for amendments to the Florida Constitution.

Use our 2018 nonpartisan voter guide to see the races on your ballot, candidates’ responses to policy questions important to you (and compare positions side-by-side), and summaries of constitutional amendments and ballot initiatives. You can print out a sample ballot indicating your preferences and use it to fill out your official ballot.

FIND YOUR VOTER GUIDE AT VOTE411.ORG

At VOTE411.org, enter your voter registration address for personalized voter information like the candidates and issues on your ballot.

These voter guides are strictly NONPARTISAN.

 


 

If information on local candidates is unavailable at VOTE411.org, check below for a voter guide from your local League of Women Voters.

League of Women Voters of Alachua County/Gainesville

League of Women Voters of Manatee County

League of Women Voters of Okaloosa County

League of Women Voters of the St. Petersburg Area and North Pinellas County

League of Women Voters Upper Keys