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League of Women Voters goes online with voter info

Find election information online at the League of Women Voters website.   - File art
Find election information online at the League of Women Voters website.
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The League of Women Voters wants your vote to be an informed one.

To that end, the nation’s oldest and largest non-partisan voter education organization, has put together “VOTE411.org” to provide online voting and ballot information.

“Candidate information, voting tips, voter registration and much more are available at your fingertips,” said League Co-President Linnea Hurst. “You can enter your address, see everything that will be on your ballot, and easily compare candidates.”

Founded in 1920 just months before the 19th Amendment was ratified giving women the right to vote, the League neither endorses candidates nor makes political contributions. It does take positions on issues, especially issues affecting women and voting rights.

For info: Linnea Hurst, lwvwa.org, 206-622-8961.

 

 

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