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VOTE411

VOTE411.org is a "one-stop-shop" for election related information. This innovative voter resource provides nonpartisan information to the public with both general and state-specific information. 

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

“Voters across the nation will want to check out the latest online tool offered by the League of Women Voters, Vote 411, which helps people register to vote ... The American Library Association is supporting Vote 411 in the wake of the ALA Council's unanimous passing of the resolution opposing voter suppression at the recent 2012 ALA Annual Conference.”

"The Hawaii County League of Women Voters says, 'Don't vote in the dark!' The primary election on Aug. 11 is fast approaching. How much do you know about the candidates who will appear on your ballot? www.Vote411.org has important information..."

"As Primary Election ballots hit mailboxes, The League of Women Voters of Washington announced the launch of the nonpartisan election resource VOTE411.org."

“‘Candidate information, voting tips, voter registration and much more are available at your fingertips,’ said Linnea Hirst, co-president. ‘You can enter your address, see everything that will be on your ballot, and easily compare candidates. It's convenient, easy and invaluable for voters who want reliable information about voting in Washington.’”

“All you do is go to www.Vote411.org and click on Texas and then type in your street address. When the site is up live next week, the candidate’s names will appear and you can begin researching.”

“As a part of our commitment to democracy, we encourage librarians to use their library’s website to promote Vote 411, a new tool the League of Women Voters provides that helps people register to vote, and offers information on voting requirements and state deadlines.”

“Check out http://vote411.org/ today for non-partisan election information, including voter registration forms, voting options, deadlines, and more. ... We’ve had more than our share of power outages for a while, so let’s all keep the power flowing by preparing to exercise our right to vote.”

“The League of Women Voters of the Midland Area has launched an online voters' guide at www.VOTE411.org to offer local voters ‘one-stop shopping’ information for the Aug. 7 primary.”

“As campaign season gears up at the national, state and local levels, the League of Women Voters, including the Holland [MI] area league, has developed a website that will allow voters to make choices before voting based on information it has obtained from the candidates.”

“The Dearborn [MI] branch of LWV hopes to keep local voters education with candidate, polling location, and voting information.”