- 26 of the leagues collected completed voter registration forms. (Only one did not)Most of the leagues delivered them to their Board of Elections.
- 2 to 100+ drives were conducted.
- 20 to 3,000+ people were registered.
- 24 leagues distributed absentee ballot applications.
- 4 local Leagues published a local voter guide
- 1 league had a guide to explain the propositions on their 2016 ballot.
Leagues scheduled from 1 to 5 candidate nights.
- 3 leagues had to cancel candidate nights
- 1 cancelled because of a health problem at the location
- 1 cancelled because of empty chair policy.ie, one of 2 candidates would not attend
Leagues held forums for primaries, state offices, congressional offices, judges, trustees of school board, and for one county executive. Nine (9) leagues co-sponsored with other organizations such as AAUW,NAACP, libraries, media, civic associations, Chambers of Commerce, Zeta Phi beta, JCC, and the Children’s Advocacy Network.
- Attendance at these forums ranged from 12 people to 250.
- 24 leagues had questions from the audience
- 1 league had questions that were not screened.
- 4 leagues had questions asked by individuals at a microphone.
- 2 leagues noted small problems that occurred during the Q and A.
The majority of the leagues had their events covered by the media, videotaped and aired. They were aired on public access tv, local tv and radio stations, on websites, in social media, and also live streamed.
Eight (8) leagues provided services such as moderating for other organizations including SUNY, PTAS, Democratic Club, and Chambers of Commerce.
- 11 leagues sent letters to the editor,
- 10 leagues used TV or radio appearances and only three used PSAs.
- 4 leagues collected contact information during voter registration drives but only two used these for follow calls or emails.