No. If you registered to vote for a Levitt AMP proposal in the past, you do not need to register again. Simply log-in with your user name and password from last year to submit your vote. If you do not recall your password, you may reset your password and then vote for your favorite Levitt AMP proposals.
An individual may vote for up to five different Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series proposals, but can vote for each proposal only once.
To vote for a Levitt AMP proposal, log-in on the Levitt AMP website using either Facebook, Google, or your username and password, and click on View Proposals. To find your favorite Levitt AMP proposals, you can sort by top votes, alphabetical order, or city and state. When you see the proposal you would like to vote for, click the VOTE NOW button to automatically place your vote.
All voters for the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards must have a valid email address, Facebook or Google account; be residents of the United States and its territories; and be at 18 years of age or older at the beginning of the online public voting period. Levitt Foundation employees, board members, and interns are prohibited from voting for any Levitt AMP proposals during the public voting period.
Online public voting for the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards opens in November. Specific dates will be announced for each year.
To vote for a Levitt AMP proposal, you must first sign up to vote on the Levitt AMP website. To create your Levitt AMP voter account, you will need an active email address or you can log-in using Facebook or Google. Captcha security is used to prevent spam and ensure that your email, Facebook, or Google account is valid. Once you create an account, you will then be able to log-in and vote for your favorite Levitt AMP proposals.
Once the online public voting period begins, will votes be tallied online so that we can see our progress?
Yes. Throughout the online public voting period, a leaderboard will be visible on the Levitt AMP website which will display your organization’s ranking based on votes received. The leaderboard will be updated on a regular basis throughout the online public voting period. Those who sign up to vote may find your Levitt AMP proposal by searching the leaderboard by your organization’s name or by your city and state. To assist in getting the word out to your supporters, the Levitt Foundation will provide applicants with sample social media posts, a customized graphic and a sample press release that can be sent to your contacts asking them to vote for your proposal. Be sure to rally your community and networks—including your family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors—to vote online for your proposed Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series!
Please contact us at email@example.com before the end of the online voting period and we will troubleshoot the specific issue you are experiencing. In your email, please provide as much detail as possible including your name, method of logging-in (username and password, Facebook, or Google), a description of the issue you are experiencing, and a contact phone number where you can be reached. Because there are varying email providers, web browsers, and online security systems (such as firewalls, anti-virus, ad-blockers, etc.), it is not always possible to avoid log-in or voting issues, though the Levitt Foundation will provide assistance to anyone who has registered to vote and has contacted us to ensure that your issue is addressed and that your vote is cast for your favorite Levitt AMP proposals.