Use VOTE411.org to get the election information you need

In less than 24 hours, polling places across the country will be opening their doors and welcoming voters to cast their ballot for president and many other state and local officials.

Do you have the information you need to cast your ballot on November 6th? Use VOTE411.org to build your personalized voting guide that will include up-to-date information you need to cast your ballot, including your polling place location, who is on your ballot and voting rules.

Voting brings us together as Americans – it is the one time when we are all equal. It doesn’t matter if you’re rich or poor, young or old, liberal or conservative; Election Day is your opportunity to support your community and have a say in America’s future. Voting allows you to take control by making an impact on these critical issues and the policies that will be debated in the coming years.

What’s your plan for Election Day? Will you vote before or after work? Will you go to the polls with a neighbor or friend? Will you take your children to share the experience? Now’s the time to make your plan – use VOTE411.org to make sure you have all the information you need.

This may be one of the closest presidential contests we’ve ever seen. A lot is at stake in this election; it’s about your job, your health, your community, your future – and that of your family and community. Voting in this election is your chance to take control and have your voice counted on the issues that matter to you. Every vote counts and together, our votes will make a difference.

Please Note: The League of Women Voters extends sympathy to those hard hit by Hurricane Sandy. Special updates regarding voting in your communities are available on VOTE411.org but you may want to contact your local elections official for additional information or to confirm your voting location.

Join with your neighbors in strengthening your community by voting in this election, and please remember to share this vital election information with your friends and family so that they, too, are prepared to vote.