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Do Your Homework! Vote 411 Makes Election Prep Easy.

Published on Mon, 06/03/2019 - 09:29am

The June election, which for Kansas City voters will include the highly anticipated mayoral race, is just around the corner on Tuesday, June 18, 2019. Save yourself some time this election cycle by doing your research before you get to the ballot box! Vote 411 from the League of Women Voters of Kansas City allows residents to obtain a customized ballot based on their address with all of the issues and candidates that they’ll see on election day―so there are no surprises!

After you’ve compared candidates and issues side by side through the Vote 411 platform, you can then make all your selections on the personalized ballot and download it, share it via text or social media, or print it out to take with you on election day. This reference will make doing your civic duty easier and much more streamlined. So start researching today at, and get a head start on your trip to the polls!   

Happy Voting!

Emily B.
Marketing & Communications

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