Election Day – Tuesday, November 4 – is just days away. Millions of voters will head to the polls to stand up for what matters most in their communities and their lives. I hope you’re ready to exercise your right to vote and weigh in on the elections in your community.
In order to cast a ballot, you and the people in your life need to know where to go to vote. Go to VOTE411.org and enter your address to find your polling place. Then urge your friends and family to do the same.
It is also time to plan when you’ll vote on Election Day. Will you vote before or after work? Will you go to the polls with a neighbor or relative? Will you take your children to share the experience? Now’s the time to make your plan – use VOTE411.org to make sure you are ready.
Thousands of local, state and federal elections will be decided on Election Day by voters like you. These elections are about our jobs, our health, our communities, our security and our future. When you cast your ballot, you’re taking a stand on the issues that matter most to you. The decisions our leaders make in office will influence public policy for years to come, and each vote helps decide who represents us!
Ask your friends and family about their plan for Election Day. Help new voters you know learn the ropes by helping them prepare for Election Day – share VOTE411.org with them so they can build a personalized voting guide and plan how and when they’ll vote. Asking new voters to participate and helping them understand the process is a key way to ensure their future participation in our democracy. Once a new voter has turned out, she or he is more likely to vote in the future.
Many polling places have changed since the last election – find your polling place now.
Join with your neighbors in strengthening your community by voting. Thank you for Making Democracy Work®.
Senior Director of Elections
League of Women Voters
P.S. To help us continue this vital elections work, please make a donation today. Your support helps the League keep VOTE411.org online and available in communities across the country.