League of Women Voters head agrees group more activist; Conservatives call it partisan

By Dara Kam - Palm Beach Post Capital Bureau

Once known for registering voters and educating the public about candidates and issues, the League of Women Voters has broadened its advocacy role in Florida, earning cheers from supporters and jeers from critics who say its left-leaning positions undermine its credibility.

Deirdre Macnab, the League’s Florida president, is unabashed about the nonpartisan group’s role in helping shape public policy.

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