H-F LWV Encourages Voters to use VOTE411.org

VOTE411.org is a website that provides important information about the election process.

Election time is just three months away.  All registered voters are encouraged to educate themeselves as much as possible about all local, state and national candidates and issues.  One way to gather information is by logging on to VOTE411.org, a “one-stop-shop” for election-related information for you, your friends and family.  It helps to make sure that you and they are registered to vote and have the information you need when you vote this fall.

When we enter the voting booth there will be more than just residency in the Oval Office on the line. It’s about you. This election will impact you and the people in your life. It’s about your job, your health, your community, your future. This is your chance to stand up for what you believe in—and make sure your family and friends do, too.

The League of Women Voters is committed to making sure voters have all of the information they need to participate in the election and ensure their vote counts. Since 2006, VOTE411.org has provided tens of millions of voters with information about the election process, including absentee ballot information, early voting options, registration deadlines, ID requirements, important information regarding any changes you can expect to see at the polls this year, and information directly from the candidates regarding their vision for America’s future.

Please consider forwarding this message to your friends and family, so they can use VOTE411.org to make sure they are registered to vote and up-to-date on the information they need prior to Election Day, including information on ballot measures and candidates, their polling place, and important deadlines to remember.

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