"On a whirlwind ten-state tour to promote voting in the presidential election, the League of Women Voters National President Elisabeth MacNamara made a stop in Grosse Pointe [MI] at the War Memorial on Wednesday."
“The League of Women Voters of the Midland Area has launched an online voters' guide at www.VOTE411.org to offer local voters ‘one-stop shopping’ information for the Aug. 7 primary.”
“The League of Women Voters is offering an online voters' guide: Vote411.org. This website provides information on all the candidates on the [WA] August 7th Primary.”
"While you’re on the Internet, check out the League of Women Voters website www.vote411.org. At this site you can find out your congressional and state House and Senate districts, read candidates’ answers to questions, and build your own ballot to help in filling out the official one."
“The League of Women Voters works on principles of equality and respect, and [is] determine[d] to educate voters based on facts. We face an immense election cycle now and will be applying nonpartisan efforts to ask questions of each candidate that direct voters to real issues at hand.”
“Voters across the nation will want to check out the latest online tool offered by the League of Women Voters, Vote 411, which helps people register to vote ... The American Library Association is supporting Vote 411 in the wake of the ALA Council's unanimous passing of the resolution opposing voter suppression at the recent 2012 ALA Annual Conference.”
“On Friday, the League of Women Voters will introduce a new online Voters Guide for the upcoming primary election. It will be available at VOTE411, a website originally developed by the national LWV.”
“This year, the League of Women Voters (LWV) of Wellesley is going to be launching an entirely new and updated online Election Guide utilizing the National LWV's Vote411.org!”
“All you do is go to www.Vote411.org and click on Texas and then type in your street address. When the site is up live next week, the candidate’s names will appear and you can begin researching.”