WASHINGTON – Today the League of Women Voters Education Fund issued the following statement to clarify postcards mailed to voters in Alabama, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania:
"The League of Women Voters Education Fund mails hundreds of thousands of nonpartisan voting reminders to voters each year. Unfortunately, we have been made aware that due to an error on the part of our longtime mail vendor, voters in three states received election information postcards intended for voters in other states. Only the postcards intended for Alabama included an election date, and these were mistakenly sent to voters in North Carolina. None of the postcards sent to other states included election dates.
"We sincerely apologize for the confusion this may have caused. As always, we urge all voters to check out www.VOTE411.org or your local election administrator's website for nonpartisan information about upcoming elections."
PRESS CONTACT: Shannon Augustus | 202-768-9578 | [email protected]
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