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One of's most popular features is its online voter guide which is available two weeks prior to every election.  Upon entering their address, visitors see the races and ballot issues they will decide on Election Day - and only the races they will see.  No more trying to find your Missouri General Assembly districts or your city council ward to identify what races you will vote on.  We've done that for you.  All you do is...

1.  Go to . 
2.  Click on ENTER MY ADDRESS in the blue and gray panel.
3.  As you enter your address, several addresses that match what you have entered will display.
4.  Click on your address when it appears.
5.  View your personalized, sample ballot to learn about candidates and ballot questions. lets you compare candidates side by side. Important ballot issues are accompanied by supporting and opposing arguments or clarifying language.  As you make your choices, saves them, so you can print your ballot  to take to the polls.  You can also text, email, or even post your choices on social media if you want.
  -  One-Stop-Shop for Voters    


The League of Women Voters launched in 2006 as a resource for voters all over the nation.  Visitors to can access the information they need and get answers to questions they may have on voting in their election jurisdiction.  Here's a sample of the information offers.

* Voter registration qualifications, requirements, and deadlines
* Polling locations
* How to vote absentee
* Voter identification requirements
* Election dates
* Forums and debates scheduled in your community
* Personalized, sample ballot (available two weeks before every election)

All this - and it's free to both candidates and voters.   Click on the button below to learn more about what offers. 


How You Can Support Our Work

Every two years for the November general election, we distribute thousands of printed voter guides to libraries, community centers, churches, businesses, schools, retirement centers and more. Dozens of League members load up their cars and deliver guides all over our area to be sure they get into the hands of as many voters as we can reach.  

If you would like to support the League in getting accurate, non-partisan election information into the hands of voters, please consider a tax-deductible donation to the Vote411/Voter Guide Project.  Click on the button below to support this work.

Donate to the Vote 411/Voter Guide Project