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Have you made an Election Day plan?

Election Day just three weeks away. Voters across the country will participate in important state and local elections on November 6.

This is a pivotal year for our country. And there is an undeniable current of excitement, with nearly unprecedented voter turnout in the primaries and the most diverse group of candidates running for office in history.

Where will you be on Election Day? When, where, and how will you vote?

These are critical questions to think through now, before Election Day is here.

Enter your address at VOTE411.org to build a personalized voting guide that includes which offices and ballot questions you’ll see when you vote, as well as nearby candidate debates and forums happening all over the country.

Who represents your beliefs?

Up and down the ballot, candidates are asking you to hire them to represent you. You have important decisions to make about who to elect to lead your community and our country. Currently, VOTE411.org includes more than 17,500 candidate and ballot measure details and this number continues to grow daily. It allows voters to compare candidate responses to League questions so you can decide who will best represent your beliefs.

Have questions as you’re making your Election Day plan?

Take a look at this blog post my colleague Megan wrote, answering some of the most frequently asked questions we get during election season.

 

Voting allows us to have an impact on critical issues and policies, so talk to your friends, family and coworkers about the importance of voting. Election Day is our opportunity to support our community and have a say in our future.