Powered by the League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF), Vote411.org (información en español) is a “one-stop-shop” for election-related information. It provides nonpartisan information to the public with both general and state-specific information on many aspects of the election process, including absentee ballot information, election dates, polling place locations, registration deadlines, voter qualifications, and more.

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You can use Vote411.org to create a printable “personal ballot” to take with you to the polls or to help you when you fill in your vote by mail ballot.  This is not an official ballot but it will let you prepare to vote on all the candidates and issues when it is time. 

Vote411.org will also:

  • Tell you who is on the ballot for each local, state and national election
  • Let you compare the candidate answers to questions that the League has posed on issues important to you and the community
  • Read the League’s analysis of various ballot issues and proposed constitutional amendments.

Become Voter Ready!  Vote411.org has a handy checklist (en español) for first time voters that is helpful for all voters!  

Voter Guide for This Election

In addition to all the great information you can get by visiting Vote411.org (en español), you can get all the information you need about your local and state elections and ballot issues in the Voter Guide that the League publishes for every election. See the 2020 Voter Guide

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