Voter Education Forum

The League and the NAACP will have a joint meeting on voter issues.
  • Thursday, Sept 17th
  • 6:00 -- 8:00 PM
  • 10th Street Recreation Center
  • 724 SE 10th Street, Stuart
The League of Women Voters of Martin County and the NAACP’s Martin County Branch have teamed up to present a Voter Education Forum, open to the public. It will feature a panel discussion that covers congressional and legislative redistricting, federal legislation to amend and enhance the Voting Rights Act of 1965, restoration of voting rights for convicted felons, and a proposed constitutional amendment to allow open primaries.

The panel will be moderated by Martin County Supervisor of Elections, Vicki Davis. Speakers will include Pamela Goodman, president of the League of Women Voters of Florida; Kalene Rowley, a district aide to Congressman Patrick Murphy; and Deanna Smith and Choice Edwards, spokespersons for Floridians for a Fair Democracy and Florida Independent Voting, respectively. 

Those attending the forum also will be able to register to vote, and verify or change their current voter registration information. In addition, coffee will be provided by Starbucks of Stuart and other refreshments will be offered.

The forum is underwritten by the law firms of Stone
& Capobianco, LLC and the Zweben Law Group. Note: Ms. Davis’ role in this forum is non-partisan. Comments and presentations made are not endorsed by her or her office.

Get to know your elected officials! 


  • To stay informed about the issues that concern you.
  • To make your views heard by adding your voice to ours.
  • To gain valuable leadership and networking experience as you study and act on important issues. 


  • Study Issues on topics chosen by the members to inform ourselves.
  • Invite speakers to our monthly meetings featuring timely topics.
  • Seek consensus using study groups that present findings to the League.

The League of Women Voters of Martin County is a non-partisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.  

Note:  The League does not support nor oppose any individual candidates.