Here are some League of Women Voters specific or local Websites that provide valuable information.
How to Vote in Washington video: click here
Detailed information on Candidates for the Primary Election August 3, 2021 : Voters Pamphlet
League of Women Voters election information https://www.vote411.org/
Resources for Social Media: https://www.lwv.org/league-management/talking-points-templates/2020-election-season-social-media-materials
Talking Points on voting by mail: https://www.lwv.org/league-management/talking-points-templates/talking-points-countering-attacks-related-vote-mail
Student Voters Guide: https://www.bestcolleges.com/resources/student-voting-guide/
First-Time Voters Guide: How to Cast Your Ballot in 7 Steps https://www.publicservicedegrees.org/resources/student-voting-guide/
Voting in College – Common FAQs: https://www.bestcolleges.com/resources/voting-in-college/
State-by-State Voter Registration Guide: https://www.bestcolleges.com/resources/voting-by-state/
DID YOU KNOW?
Q. How do I vote?
A. Watch this fun video to find out just how simple and rewarding it is to vote in Washington State.
This video is a lighthearted demonstration on how to vote and the importance of voting in Washington State! It is brought to you by League of Women Voters of WA Education Fund. We encourage you to share this video with friends and relatives and groups! Special thanks to actors and media crew Dilang Duir and Juan Carlos Ruiz Duran. Filmed and edited by Jenna Mason Media LLC.
Q. How powerful is my vote?
A. Take a look at the LWVWA and Spokesman Review tabloid "YOUR VOTE"
Q. Do I need to be invited to join the LWV-TC?
A. No, you don't need an invitation. Anyone can become a member!
Q. Is the LWV for women only?
A. No, anyone age 16 and older may become a League member. Men are welcome and encouraged to join!
Q. What if I have had a felony conviction?
A. You can find out about when your right to vote is restored by visiting the Secretary of State's website, at this page:
VOTE411.org Award 5/19/2020
WASHINGTON, DC—The League of Women Voters Education Fund announced today that VOTE411.org, its one-stop-shop for election information, has been named Best Government & Civil Innovation Website in the 24th Annual Webby People’s Voice Awards.
“We work to make critical election information more accessible to millions of voters every step of the way to the ballot box,” said Virginia Kase, CEO of the League of Women Voters Education Fund. “To win the Webby People’s Voice Award means so much because it is recognition from the public who value our site. This honor helps bring more visibility to VOTE411, a resource every voter can trust for accurate and unbiased information this and every election cycle.”
Click here to read more about this important award