Making Democracy Work

Voter Information

We make voting easier through varied voter education programs.

The League of Women Voters Education Fund conducts voter service and citizen education activities. It is a nonpartisan nonprofit public policy educational organization, which:

  • Builds citizen participation in the democratic process.

  • Studies key community issues at all government levels in an unbiased manner.

  • Enables people to seek positive solutions to public policy issues through education and conflict management.

Donations to the Education Fund, a 501(c)(3)corporation, are fully tax-deductible where allowed by law.

Vote411.org Your one-stop site for information on candidates for the general election on November 8. In the first week of October, the League of Women Voters of Arkansas will post the candidates for contested state-wide office as well as the seven ballot initiatives that will appear on all Arkansas ballots. Further, LWV Pulaski County is posting all contested races in Pulaski County. Go to www.Vote411.org, enter your address and your ballot information will appear!

The University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service is a great resource to research the seven ballot initiatives that will appear on this November's ballot. You can read the pros and cons for each initiative by going to www.uaex.edu/ballot. Here you will find straightforward, unbiased summaries of the issues and the reasoning for either supporting or rejecting the initiatives. The UAEX, like the LWV, neither supports candidates or parties. They also do not take any position on the initiatives, and therefore, you can decide for yourself whether to vote YES or NO when you get your ballot.




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Important information about voting in Arkansas