WASHINGTON – The League of Women Voters Education Fund is proud to launch the 2020 primary presidential candidate voter guide on our nonpartisan election website VOTE411.org. The presidential voter guide joins other useful voting tools, including a polling place locator, ballot lookup tool, and more.
On the heels of the League’s 100th anniversary last month, the organization expects to serve an unprecedented number of voters in 2020, with our voter education information reaching 1 in 5 people in America.
“As tens of thousands of voters in more than a dozen states and territories prepare to cast their ballots in tomorrow’s Super Tuesday primary elections, the League is here with all the information voters need,” said Chris Carson, president of the board of directors of the League of Women Voters. “Whether you’re a first-time voter or a seasoned veteran at the ballot box, every election is different, and VOTE411 has all of the up to date information voters need.”
This is the first year that the League has asked the presidential candidates to respond in Spanish as well as English. Launched in 2006, VOTE411 has served as voters’ “one-stop shop” for all the information they need to register and cast their ballots.
“For more than a decade, VOTE411.org has served over 30 million users, and in 2020 we expect to help over 6 million users,” said Jeanette Senecal, Senior Director of Mission Impact at the League of Women Voters. “We’re expecting unprecedented turnout throughout 2020 and we encourage voters to visit VOTE411 to learn about their candidates, find their polling place, and learn about early and absentee voting opportunities.”
Throughout the 2020 election cycle, the League of Women Voters will work to register hundreds of thousands of voters, host hundreds of candidate debates and forums, and in the general election, VOTE411 will provide customized ballot information for every voter in the country.
Contact: Sarah Courtney | 202-263-1332 | [email protected]
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