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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. 

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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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Tonight is the first 2012 presidential debate, and the media has whipped itself into a frenzy over the latest poll numbers. The pre-Election rush has officially arrived.

 “[Debates] are the only opportunities the voters have to see and hear the candidates talk about the same things at the same time — and to take a real time comparative measure of

"MacNamara has been traveling from state to state to speak with different LWV chapters about making sure that they are getting the message out to voters about their rights at the polls. Michigan is her fourth state in two weeks."

"One thing is certain on Election Day — “We do know there is going to be confusion,” said Elisabeth MacNamara, national president of the League of Women Voters. ... She was in Saugatuck Friday speaking about issues Michigan faces in informing voters. MacNamara has been traveling the country speaking to local Leagues."

"On a whirlwind ten-state tour to promote voting in the presidential election, the League of Women Voters National President Elisabeth MacNamara made a stop in Grosse Pointe [MI] at the War Memorial on Wednesday."

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“An exciting development for this year, League of Women Voters of Larimer County [CO] is participating in”

Editorial Note: This piece was first published on my Huffington Post Blog earlier today.Forty-seven years ago this week, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the historic Voting Rights Act (VRA) into law to prevent voter discrimination. But as we have seen, the law is not just history; it remains vital TODAY to ensuring that every American can cast a ballot and have it counted.

“As Primary Election ballots hit mailboxes, The League of Women Voters of Washington announced the launch of the nonpartisan election resource ... Nationally, the League of Women Voters has served tens of millions of voters, many of them young people and first-time voters, through this online service.”

"Riley Morgan of Brownsville, who is organizing a League of Women Voters in the Rio Grande Valley [TX], noted that the organization's Education Fund has launched the internet-based, which is a one-stop site for election-related information."