WASHINGTON (ABC7) — The League of Women Voters was founded in 1920 as an outgrowth of the movement that secured women the
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"The Homewood-Flossmoor Area [IL] League of Women Voters encourages everyone to be a part of this important election. The outcome of Election 2012 will affect everyone’s job, health care, energy costs and security."
"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."
"Anyone who hasn’t been following the races can get a last-minute tutorial at the League of Women Voters’ election guide website, Vote411.org."
"Tuesday is Election Day - and Patch is here to help get you organized and prepared in a flash, so your busy week isn't too far disrupted. ... Thanks to the handy website Vote411.org, presented by the League of Women Voters, you can now find just about all the information you could ever need, at the click of a mouse."
"You may feel energized and passionate about the 2012 election, but that enthusiasm isn’t going to have much impact if you don’t actually cast a vote. Here are some tips on how to make sure that you make a personal impact on the nation’s future. ... Make sure you know where to vote. Vote411.org, a website created by the League of Women Voters, allows you to find your polling place by typing in your address."
"The League of Women Voters of New YorK's voters guide is now up and running, a release from the organization’s local branch announced. ... The website, www.vote411.org, includes information on candidates and voting procedures for Tuesday’s upcoming election."
"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."