by Countable | 11.2.16
There are just a few days before the 2016 election. While you probably have a good sense of who you’re going to cast your ballot for in the presidential race, some down-ballot races for Congress, attorney general and school board member can be difficult to find real information on.
That’s why the League of Women Voters created this handy tool. Just type in your address below and see where your polling place is and what will be on your ballot on November 8, including statements provided by some of the candidates themselves and pro/con statements on the issues.
We’ve also highlighted some of the major ballot initiatives from all across the country that voters will weigh in on on November 8. Check them out here.
Having a problem with the Vote411 tool above or looking for more information? Your state’s elections division will have a voter guide online. Just make sure the one you’re looking at is from a .gov address or take the information with a grain of salt.
— Sarah Mimms
Image via Unsplash
Written by Countable
Now I see you voted to approve a $700+billion military (please stop calling it defense) budget, wasting hundreds if billions on pork barrel and empire building and defending the poppy fields, but health care & infrastructure & education are too expensive? I’m sorry, it’s time I look for a progressive candidate to support.