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"[KS] Voters, who for whatever reason do not have a photo ID by Tuesday, should still go to the polls to vote. They should make sure to get a provisional ballot and cast it there."

"The League of Women Voters of Alabama encourages you to cast an informed vote on the proposed statewide constitutional amendments and, in some counties, additional local amendments as well."

"League of Women Voters of New York State, an organization that encourages informed and active participation in government, and DoSomething.org, an organization for young people and social change, will visit the NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square on Election Day. ... In honor of the occasion, Sally Robinson, President, League of Women Voters of New York State, andNaomi Hirabayashi, CMO, DoSomething.org will ring the Opening Bell. ... A live webcast of the NASDAQ Opening Bell will be available at: http://www.nasdaq.com/about/marketsitetowervideo.asx."

“I want people to have the best government we can have. ... But it only works if people pay attention — and participate.”

"The League of Women Voters, a non-partisan political organization, has joined state Democrats in urging Gov. Rick Scott to expand early voting to include Sunday. ... In a letter sent to Scott...,[FL] League president Deirdre Macnab cited reports of six hour waiting times in Miami-Dade and two hours in line to vote in Palm Beach County as reasons why an extension of early voting is warranted."

"he League of Women Voters of Greater Rockford [IL] registers citizens to vote before every election. During our fall drive, we registered 521 people at high schools, colleges, libraries, supermarkets and a manufacturing company. Registering to vote is just one small step. Tuesday, Nov. 6, it is important that voters use their power to guide the fate of our nation."

"Bruce Spradlin, seventh-grader at Balboa Middle School, votes Tuesday in the statewide student mock election. The history department, PTA, League of Women Voters and Buena High School Drum Corps, along with community members, joined together to provide the opportunity for students to vote."

"The Janesville League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan organization that advocates voter participation, encourages voters to wade through the often confusing and sometimes misleading information of broadcast ads, robocalls and mass mailings bombarding them with information as the Nov. 6 election nears. They offer the following tips:..."

"As early voting starts off, the Government Accountability Board is predicting an overall voter turnout in the millions for Wisconsin. "

"This year I plan to connect with as many of my friends, family and neighbors as possible before Election Day. I am urging friends and family to vote early to avoid long lines and possibly bad weather. I am urging League of Women Voters members to invite others to accompany them to the ballot box. League members will be calling friends to see when they’re planning on voting and who needs a ride to the polls. Our league is posting information on our website (www.lwvodc.org) and our Facebook page with links to other sites."