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2018 Year in Review

It was a busy year for League in Okaloosa and Walton counties. Here are some of the things we accomplished in 2018:

  • Expanded membership to include Walton County
  • Distributed the Okaloosa-Walton Voter bimonthly to over 360 residents in both counties
  • Published an “E-Voter” candidate guide for the 2018 Municipal Election and both the 2018 Primary and General Elections
  • Supported the WSRE televised Primary and General Election Candidate forums
  • Hosted several local elected officials—including Supervisor of Elections Paul Lux, County Commission Chair Graham Fountain and School Board Chair Lamar White
  • Provided multiple briefings on the 2018 proposed Constitutional Amendments
  • Briefed students at NWFSC about the importance of voting
  • Sponsored a “Tidal Town Hall” with the Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance
  • Created a Solar Co-op for Okaloosa and Walton County residents in partnership with Coastal Community Cleanup, Earth Ethics, NAACP of Okaloosa County, Sierra Club of the Emerald Coast and Solar United Neighbors of Florida

2018 State of the County Report

Did you miss it? Watch the video on Crestview Community TV or read the Daily News article.

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