Vote411.org, an internet-based Voter’s Guide produced by the League of Women Voters of Washington (LWVWA) in collaboration with local Leagues around the state, is now available online.
Voters are able to view their ballot and compare each candidate’s answers to League-written questions against the other candidates in the same race.
Voters are also able to print their own personalized sample ballot, find instructions on how to register to vote, or transfer their voter registration address for the next election, as well as see the schedules for debates and forums in their local area.
Washington State League of Women Voters’ President Ann Murphy of Spokane said, “Ballots for the primary need to be postmarked by August 4th.”
Murphy continued, “We encourage voters to be informed! One way to gain information about local candidates and ballot measures is to log on to Vote411.org, for a wealth of voter information.”
The Vote411.org website picks up where the local voter’s pamphlet leaves off, with questions about the issues facing the office they are running for, answered in the candidates’ own voices.
The League presents this as public service to the community. The League of Women Voters’ non-partisan 501(c)(3) Education Fund supports Vote411.org.
If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Ann Murphy, President, LWVWA at 509-385–8910 or email at email@example.com.