LWV of the Columbia Area Provides Voter Education Tool VOTE411

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(Columbia, SC) – Ahead of elections this fall, the League of Women Voters of the Columbia Area offers the nonpartisan election resource VOTE411.org. This “one-stop shop” for election information provides simple, helpful tools to help South Carolina voters navigate the voting process. VOTE411 provides candidate information, a voter registration tool, polling place information, and other helpful election information for all voters nationwide.

“Voters in Richland and Lexington Counties need simple, accessible tools to help them navigate the voting process before Election Day,” said Dr. Lady June Cole, President, League of Women Voters of the Columbia Area. “VOTE411 is the nation’s premier online election resource, and the League of Women Voters of the Columbia Area has published our voter guide on VOTE411 to serve as a resource for all races at the local, state, and national levels for Richland and Lexington County voters.”

VOTE411 helps millions of voters each year, many of them young people and first-time voters, learn about candidate stances, look up what is on their ballot, find their polling place, and more.

If you are unable to go to your polling location on November 2, 2021, you may be eligible to vote early by absentee ballot. Request an application to vote absentee by mail from the South Carolina Election Commission or visit the Richland County Commission of Registration and Elections or the Lexington County Commission of Registration and Elections. Call your county voter registration and elections office for more information: Richland County (803-576-2240) and Lexington County (803-785-8361.)

“The League of Women Voters of the Columbia Area is pleased to provide this important, nonpartisan resource to Richland and Lexington County voters,” said Dr. Lady June Cole, President, LWVCA. “We encourage voters to visit VOTE411 to make a voting plan so they are prepared to cast their vote informed and confidently!”

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