Elections & Voting

The League of Women Voters does not support or oppose candidates or political parties. Our goal is to give people the information they need to make up their own minds and effectively participate in elections.

www.Vote411.orgThe League's on-line voters guide, Vote411.org lets you find information about the candidates and issues on your ballot.

Key Dates

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Voting in the General Election

Register to Vote on-line

Voting FAQs

  • Learn more about registering, voting, and absentee ballots/early voting

Statewide Ballot issues: background and pros & cons

Printable/Sharable Resources for voters

Young Voter Outreach Tools

Did you know that some 17-year-olds can vote?

In Ohio, 17-year-olds who will turn 18 by the November election can register to vote.  This allows them to do 2 cool things:

  1. Vote in a primary election on candidates only.
  2. Sign petitions to place issues on the ballot.

Poll Worker Tips: Interacting with transgender and gender non-conforming voters