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VOTE411

Our one-stop-shop for election-related information provides nonpartisan info to the public. Register to vote, find candidate information, & much more.

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VOTE411 Informing Voters. Empowering People.

Why it matters

Election rules differ state by state, and sometimes change from year to year. Using VOTE411.org, voters can confirm their polling location, check if ID is required, and see what their personal ballot will look like.  Confirming this information before heading to the polls saves voters time and helps voters make more informed decisions. 

What we're doing

We have long been a trusted source of objective and nonpartisan election information. Since 2006, VOTE411.org has served tens of millions of voters. By entering one’s home address on VOTE411.org, voters can see ballot questions they will be voting on, compare candidate responses to League questions and much more! 

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VOTE411 In Depth

VOTE411 named Best Government & Civil Innovation Website in the 24th Annual Webby People’s Voice Awards

VOTE411, the League of Women Voters’ one-stop-shop for nonpartisan election information, this week was announced as a Webby Awards Nominee.

VOTE411 now has everything you need to know about election changes during COVID-19—in both English and Spanish. 

The League and Family Tree Entertainment are teaming up to promote voting at the 9th Annual Pre-Grammy Managers’ Brunch.

On National Voter Registration Day (NVRD), the League will host more than 500 voter registration events in local communities.  

The League of Women Voters is proud to announce the newly redesigned VOTE411.org, the most trusted nonpartisan election website used by more than five million voters in 2018.  

Our League volunteers spent over 180,000 hours working to register, inform, and protect voters. Check out our impact in the 2018 midterm elections.

Like many Americans, I never know where I’ll be on Election Day. What if I have to travel for work? What if the baby is sick and I can’t make it to the polls? What if I get stuck at the office late and the lines are super long?