The League of Women Voters has launched VOTE411.org, an information hub for all election information. The site includes candidate questionnaires, ballots for voters, polling locations and times. It is a one-stop shop for non-partisan election information for the Aug. 11 primary.
VOTE411.org users can enter their home address on the site to get a sample ballot that lists all races and candidates that will appear on their actual ballot on Election Day.
The League of Women Voters does not edit or abridge the answers, so users can be confident they are reading the candidates’ positions in their own words.
“The League of Women Voters would like voters to be aware that the most important election in Hawaii is often the primary, since so many races are decided then,” said Donna Oba, VOTE411.org Coordinator with Sue Dursin for Hawaii League of Women Voters. “We voters need to find out about candidates’ qualifications and positions on important issues before the primary election. We believe VOTE411.org will help voters make informed and confident decisions.”
The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan organization that encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.