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Get Out the Vote (GOTV)

WASHINGTON - The League of Women Voters is proud to announce Juliette Boberg as director of corporate and organizational partnerships. Juliette joins the League’s growing external affairs team and will build strategic partnerships with businesses and organizations that share the organization's goals.   

We partnered with TikTok influencers across the fashion, food, and activism spheres to promote VOTE411!

Here’s what to know about in-person voting.

Here are a few stories from LWV staff members about their favorite memory of the voting process that we hope will inspire you as you plan to make your voice heard!

Election Day is tomorrow in many states! You’ve made your plan, you’ve found your ballot information, and now it’s time to get out and vote! 

When the 2012 Presidential Election season approached, excitement rushed through me. I had voted in local elections, but this was the first time I could participate in a presidential election.

This year we are partnering with AIGA, the professional association for design, for a Get Out the Vote initiative seeking to motivate Americans to register and turnout to vote on Election Day – Tuesday, November 8.

"As the State Journal noted in an article last Thursday, voter turnout in Dane County [OH] was almost 10 percent higher than in the state as a whole. ... Some of the credit should go to local public officials who worked to enable voters to register and vote with a minimum of paperwork and hassle. ... The Dane County executive and clerk, and Fitchburg city clerk, collaborated with the League of Women Voters in July to train citizens to help voters register."

"Amid it all, voters showed they were, indeed, undeterred, and, in the words of Elizabeth MacNamara, president of the U.S. League of Women Voters, 'The determination of voters came despite antics in Florida and Ohio to shorten voting hours, incorrect signage at Pennsylvania polling sites suggesting photo ID was required, poor election preparation causing long lines, and an onslaught of subversive robocalls intent on misdirecting voters.'"