Too many citizens do not vote in Westchester County and New York State. Don't let others speak for you. The League can give you a roadmap to the ballot box.
To make sense of this, go to vote411, enter your address to learn:
-who is on your ballot?
-why they think you should vote for them?
-are you registered to vote?
-how can you register to vote?
-where is your polling place?
-how can you vote by absentee ballot?
(L to R: Julie Pesco, Peter Larr, Mary Kirsch, Philip Leung, Marylou Green, Stephen Cohen, Mary Beth Gose, Barbara Cooper, Bob Boffa, and Lynn Levine)
Your local League reps have kicked off the annual campaign to collect race and candidate information for the LWVW Printed Voters Guide and vote411.org. On November 7th there will be 155 county-wide and local elections on the ballot. We'll alert you as we hear more from the Board of Elections.
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