In many communities, Election Day is less than month away! With presidential debates under way, it may seem like our next important elections aren’t until the presidential primaries in early 2016. In fact, there are thousands of important state and local elections happening across the country this Election Day – Tuesday, November 3. We hope you’re planning to participate in any elections in your community and hope you’ll encourage your loved ones, both near and far, to do so as well.

Now is the perfect time to create an Election Day plan. Use VOTE411.org to answer your questions about participating in any upcoming elections. Use VOTE411.org to get the elections information you need

Do you need or want to vote before Election Day? Explore your state’s options to vote early or absentee in case you’ll be away from your polling place due to travel, work, school or other reasons.

Who represents your beliefs? Candidates for any office, at any level, are asking for the job of representing you. The decisions they’ll make in office will influence public policy for years to come. To learn where candidates stand on the issues important to you, watch or attend candidate debates and forums in your community and review voters’ guides put together by your local League of Women Voters.

Enter your address at VOTE411.org to build a personalized voting guide with the information you need to cast your ballot, including early and absentee voting options; voting locations; information on your ballot; and details on nearby candidate debates and forums, so you can hear directly from the candidates on the issues that matter most to you.

Join with the millions of voters who will participate in important state and local elections this year. VOTE411.org has all the information you need to answer your elections questions. Please share this vital election resource with your friends and family so that they, too, are prepared to vote. Each vote helps decide who gets the job – when you cast your ballot, you’re telling the leaders who are elected what issues matter most to you and helping to shape your communities future.


VOTE11 election informationElection Day 2015 is coming! Now is the time to remind the people in your life to visit VOTE411.org to register to vote, make sure that their voter registration record is up-to-date and learn about important voting rules and deadlines in their state. With your help, we’re Making Democracy Work®!