League of Women Voters

Where to Find Election Information?

Voters ask:

"Who do I vote for?"
"What measures will be on my ballot?"
"Where do I go to vote?"

With a quick click of the mouse, Smart Voter's "My Ballot" feature displays candidates and ballot issues unique to the entered address. Simply click on http://www.smartvoter.org, enter your address and experience the Smart Voter lightning fast ballot lookup.

Candidate pages reveal top priorities, biographies, endorsements and photos. However, the Presidential contest is not the only race in town. Candidates abound for local school boards, the judiciary and community district seats.

Jacquie Canfield, LWVCEF Voter Service Director proclaims, "When I'm considering which candidate or measure to cast my vote for, I welcome all information that might help me understand the issues better. Smart Voter not only has great breadth and depth of detailed information on candidates and issues, but it is also a portal to other election Web sites. What are the pros and cons on state issues? Voting records of incumbents? Smart Voter links to these and more. Smart Voter is the only address I need to know."

Smart Voter features the League's widely-acclaimed nonpartisan and impartial "Pros & Cons on the State Ballot Measures", available in both English and Spanish. For the "too-busy" members or those who prefer brief election fare, Smart Voter links to Easy Voter with its election guide in Spanish, English, Chinese and Vietnamese.

"The League of Women Voters' Smart Voter's election site is state-of-the-art citizenship at its best. We are always pleased with its user-friendly nonpartisan election material for ourselves as well as the voting public," exclaimed Gail Dryden, LWVC former-President.

To access a copy of the Easy Voter Guide, go to easyvoter.org (also available at local libraries).

And don't forget Smart Voter has rapid-fire election results, too. See you on the Web at http://www.smartvoter.org -- and tell your friends!