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VOTE411 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, 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, has served tens of millions of voters. By entering one’s home address on, voters can see ballot questions they will be voting on, compare candidate responses to League questions and much more! 

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In a win for voters, a federal judge ruled to restore early voting hours that had been cut in Ohio. The move, which comes just in time for the November election, follows tireless work on behalf of the League of Women Voters of Ohio and its partners.

This week, as we mark the 94th anniversary of the 19th amendment becoming law, let's honor those brave women and men by engaging and empowering all voters to register to vote.

As young adults, we should be at the frontlines in helping decide the path of our country if we’re going to make the future our own.

In celebration of the 24th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), here are just a few ways the League works to ensure equal access to the ballot for Americans with disabilities.

Immigrants from Peru, my parents taught me that voting is essential in order for all citizens to have a voice in their country’s government.

Today marks the 43rd anniversary of the 26th Amendment, which opened up the voting process to millions of young Americans.

Brittany Sowacke/Staff Photographer Tamara Allen of Arlington times the debate between Deirdre McNab (right at the head table) and Elizabeth McNamara (left and on screen), who are running for pr

Graduation is a major milestone after which many young adults move and embark upon new challenges. The League of Women Voters wants to help these recent graduates become active and engaged members of their new communities – help us encourage graduates to register to vote.

All year long, I work with League volunteers around the country, supporting their efforts to reach and help inform voters through our national voter information site,

Who votes in primaries? And what happens next? Here’s a quick look at primaries to help answer your questions about this pivotal part of our voting system.