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Voter Guides

VISIT THE LEAGUE'S ON-LINE VOTER GUIDE: VOTE411.ORG.

The League of Women Voters has produced an on-line Voter Guide for the August 5th Primary Election. Congressional, State, County, and Local candidate information and the proposals on your ballot are covered. Click on VOTE411.org, type in your address, and your ballot information will appear. The League urges voters to prepare for the upcoming August 5th primary election by visiting VOTE411.org to read and compare candidate responses to relevant issues. VOTE411.org also helps voters find their polling place, check voting hours, learn about ballot measures, and read tips about voting in Michigan. Don't know your new state or county district? Simply by typing in your home address, VOTE411.org will give you that information. Follow these simple instructions:

Click on VOTE411.org
Type in your voting (home) address
Click on the green bar: Get Personalized Information
Click on the blue bar: Find My Information
Click on blue bar: Go to My Races
Click on All My Races to see the list of races and proposals on your ballot

About the League

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan organization established in 1920 to encourage citizen participation in government. It never supports or opposes any poltical party or candidate. Membership in the League of Women Voters is open to all citizens of voting age.

About League Voter Guides

The League of Women Voters provides non-partisan information about candidates and proposals. Each candidate is given an opportunity to respond to questions important to the office being sought.

Candidate responses are submitted as submitted and have not been edited, except for necessary cutting when replies exceeded the stated word limit. If the candidate did not reply by the required date, the words, "Did not respond in time for publication" appear after the candidate's name. When a candidate's response exceeded the word limit, the answer is ended with an ellipsis (...).

The inclusion of these statements and opinions of candidates is solely in the interest of public service and in no way is to be construed as an endorsement by the League of Women Voters. The League takes no responsibility for the views or facts stated by the candidates.