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How do I get non-partisan information on the ballot issues and candidates that I can trust?

 

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Voter's Edge

Voter's Edge California is Your Go-To Online Voter Guide

Get the facts before you vote on Nov 6, 2018!

 

 

Feeling in the Dark? Overwhelmed? Here's How to Get Started:

  1. Register by October 22 to vote in the November 6 general election or find out if you're already registered.
  2. Enter your address with zip code BELOW into Voter's Edge to get a personalized ballot with in-depth info on candidates, ballot measures, and who supports them
  3. Voter's Edge also tells you when, where, and how to vote

And you're on your way to being an informed voter!

The League of Women Voters does not support or oppose any political party or any candidate for public office.

Important Election Dates and Deadlines:

October 22, 2018  ♦  Last day to register to vote in this election.
October 30, 2018  ♦  Last day to request a “vote by mail” ballot.
November 6, 2018  ♦  ELECTION DAY Your polling place is open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

 

Easy Voter Guide on the Voting Issues

 

Easy Voter Guide in English                  Easy Voter Guide in Spanish

Download the Easy Voter Guide in English                                     en  Español

Visit Easy Voter for more information and languages Easy Voter Guide 

The aim of the Easy Voter Guide project is to make nonpartisan information about why vote, how to vote and what’s on the ballot accessible to as many Californians as possible. Founded in 1994, the Easy Voter Guide project is a collaboration of the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund, the California State Library and the Common Knowledge Group.

Thirsty for more? Here's more voting information:

Use these links to get more informed for this election and anytime you want to learn about our government

Ballot Information Sites

Archives of past elections are still available with election results on Smart Voter

About the League of Women Voters

For over 90 years, the League of Women Voters has encouraged informed and active participation of all citizens in government.

Our mission is:

  • To promote voter registration and provide unbiased information to voters through League publications, and sponsorship of candidates and issues forums.
  • To speak out on local, state, and national issues, based on League positions arrived at after member study.