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All the election information you need, available in English and Spanish. Check your voter registration, find your polling place, learn about candidates, and more. Brought to you by the League of Women Voters Education Fund.

Why It Matters

The future of our families, our communities, and our country are at stake. No matter what zip code we live in or the color of our skin, our voices are equal at the ballot box, and we could all use some help making sure our voices are heard. is the League’s one-stop-shop where you can find all the information you need to cast your ballot. It's virtual, nonpartisan, and available in both English and Spanish. 

Even for those of us who've voted before, the process can be confusing. Election rules differ from state to state, and can change between elections. VOTE411 gives you personalized information so you're prepared to cast your vote in every election. Whether it's local, state, or federal, every election is important to ensuring our laws and policies reflect the values and beliefs of our communities. 

Discover all your voting options, from early voting to absentee and mail-in voting, to voting on Election Day, and make an election plan that fits your life. 

What We're Doing

VOTE411 has served tens of millions of voters and won multiple national awards over the last fifteen years. We have long been a trusted source of objective and factual election information – your “one stop-shop” for everything election-related. We provide meticulously researched bilingual (English and Spanish) election information in all 50 states and the District of Columbia and provide updated information throughout the year as information changes.  

I have used the guide since I became an American Citizen and started to vote.  Thank you for helping me understand the issues important to our community.  

VOTE411 User

We focus on providing: 

Voter Registration Support 

Voting Info

  • Use our first-time voter checklist. Feel empowered to vote by following these easy steps 

  • Explore voting info by state 

  • Eligibility requirements 

  • Voting machine explanations 

  • Find your polling place location and hours 

  • Check your election options (mail-in, early voting) and deadlines 

  • See if an ID is needed to cast your ballot 

  • Absentee ballot information and request tool 

  • Healthy voter checklist – stay safe while casting your ballot 

Candidate and Ballot Info 

  • Customized to your address, see the candidates and ballot issues on your personal ballot.  

  • Detailed information on the candidates, including LWV-provided questions to the candidates and their responses, in their own words!  

  • Hear directly from the candidates on their vision for their communities and America’s future and can compare candidates side by side before making your selections. 

  • Discover debates and forums in your area 

  • And more! 

Was a first-time user and found it easy to use and very helpful in making my choices. I use it almost every day during early voting to point friends/family/voters towards a single location with nonpartisan info… It is indispensable!

VOTE411 User

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Despite anti-voter laws, mis- and disinformation, election deniers, and poll worker shortages, the American voters showed up to cast their ballots and make their voices heard.  

This is in no small part thanks to Leagues across the country, who worked tirelessly to empower voters during this pivotal midterm season.

The following is a snapshot of LWV’s impact in the 2022 midterm elections as of November 10, 2022. A complete impact report will be added to this page at a future date.

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This article was originally published in Buzzfeed News.

If you need help making a plan, check out, which is run by the grassroots political network League of Women Voters. Jeanette Senecal, the group’s senior director of mission impact, said research shows that if people have a voting plan, then they are more likely to actually get out and vote.

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