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League of Women Voters offers nonpartisan election information website

Ahead of the primary elections, the League of Women Voters of Livingston County (LWV) is offering nonpartisan election resources at VOTE411.org.

Referred to as a “one-stop-shop” for election information, the LWV says it provides Livingston County voters with “simple, accessible tools to help them navigate the voting process. VOTE411 provides personalized candidate information, voter registration details, polling place locations, and other helpful election information for all voters nationwide.”

Jennifer Coté, League of Women Voters of Livingston CountyVOTE411 co-coordinator, said that from local ballot initiatives to important state races, it is crucial Livingston County voters make their voices heard this election year.

VOTE411 is the nation’s premier online election resource that provides voters with the resources they need to make an informed vote this fall,”

said Coté. “The LWV of Livingston County has published our voter guide as a resource for all Livingston County voters, and it’s easily accessible by entering VOTE411.org on a computer, phone, or other electronic devices. It can also be found on our website, lwvlivingstonco.org under voter info.”

League of Women Voters of Livingston County has provided additional voter services including high school/community college registration, a voter guide, voter education efforts, and candidate forums.

Primary elections are set for August 2, 2022. There are six County Commission races, two township trustee elections in Conway and Howell townships, and eleven proposals in various jurisdictions on Livingston County ballots.

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