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We’ve made the critical election information that voters rely on available in both English and Spanish.

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The League of Women Voters
Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy.


I can’t tell you how excited we are to share that VOTE411.org is now available in Spanish!  

Supporting Spanish-speaking voters through VOTE411 has long been a dream at the League, and we are so grateful to the strong partnership of the NALEO Educational Fund (National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials) team in making this a reality. Together, we’ve made the critical election information that voters rely on available in both English and Spanish. 


VOTE411 is expected to support approximately 10 million people in the United States through Election Day on November 3, and having the resources in Spanish makes the information even more accessible.  

With so many changes to election information this cycle, VOTE411 is the best tool to keep voters updated on the changes and to counter misinformation about elections. Just as it did during the primaries, VOTE411 will have alerts in both English and Spanish over coming weeks with any late changes that impact voters. 

This month is voter registration month, and today marks two months before Election Day, but we know millions of voters will be casting their ballots before November 3. VOTE411 has early and absentee/mail-in voting information for every voter in the country. Help us share this valuable tool and make sure the people in your lives make their voting plan. It’s not too soon to check your registration or request an absentee/mail-in ballot if that is an option where you live. Help us spread the word to voters today. 


Jeanette Senecal

Jeanette Senecal

P.S. This site would not be possible without the generous support from our community. If you are impressed with VOTE411 in Spanish, please consider a gift today to power this work and ensure voters have all the information they need this year. 

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