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League of Women Voters: Prepare for election day

This article was originally published on Hometown Life.

League of Women Voters of Northwest Wayne County President Angela Ryan urges voters in to prepare for the upcoming election by visiting to find their polling place, check voting hours, learn about the candidates and read tips about voting in Michigan.

“Voters in Michigan want simple, helpful tools to help them navigate the voting process and election day,” Ryan said. “ is the nation’s premiere online, non-partisan election resource and the League of Women Voters of Northwest Wayne County has provided information on the candidates running for office in our community for this resource. Simply enter your address for your customized information.”

Printed copies of the League’s non-partisan Voter Guide were delivered to libraries in Northville, Plymouth, Canton, Livonia, Redford, Garden City, Westland and Wayne earlier this month. Additionally, voters can find the Voter Guides on the League’s website at, as well as videos of candidate forums held in September and October for the 20th and 21st District state representatives, Plymouth-Canton and Livonia school boards and the 7th District state Senate.

“This year, millions of voters will head to the polls and stand up for what matters most to our communities and our lives,” Ryan said. “The best thing we can all do is urge everyone to prepare by learning about the candidates and issues before they vote. All of our elected officials have incredible influence over the issues an policies that affect our families and communities most. Election day is our chance to weigh in and take control over what is most important to us.”