Learn before you vote: Check out LWV guide to the election

The League of Women Voters of Ann Arbor Area, Brighton/Howell Unit is participating with a great tool for voters in Livingston County to prepare for the upcoming Aug. 7 primary. Use on the “Learn before you vote” form on any page of The Livingston Post and get information on each candidate who provided information for your specific races. VOTE411.org also helps voters find their polling place, check voting hours, learn about ballot measures, and read tips about voting in Michigan.

Voters in Livingston County need simple, helpful tools to help them navigate the voting process and Election Day. VOTE411.org is the nation’s premiere online election resource. The League of Women Voters of Ann Arbor, Brighton/Howell Unit added its voter’s guide to VOTE411.org so that it can serve as a resource for all Michigan voters.

These days, there are lots of ways to connect and share the things that matter most. This year, your VOTE is the ultimate “app,” so use it. Remember that in many communities where only one party is represented, the winners of the primary election on Aug. 7 will win the general election in November. Don’t “skip” the primary! Learn about the candidates on VOTE411.org before you vote on Aug. 7.

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