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Ballots Are In The Mail! 
You can still register in person by October 27th for the
 November 4th Elections
Voter Power Tools!!!
Thumbs up for Voting in the 2014 Primary!There is no better time than now to get the word out in your email, Facebook and Twitter posts encouraging your community to use Vote411 at vote411.org, the Simplified Ballot Measure Summaries at lwvwa.org, Voting for Judges at votingforjudges.org, the Seattle CityClub's Living Voters Guide at livingvotersguide.org, and the TVW's Video Voter's  Guide at twv.org.
  • Vote411.org - our non-partisan, online voters guide that is a treasure trove of information about each race-- job descriptions, salary information and specific questions for the candidates to answer about why they are running, how they see the issues in the community and how they plan to address them. Type in your address and see a personalized ballot of all the races and issues you'll be voting on.
  • Ballot Measure Summaries - League's concise, well-researched, understandable summaries of state ballot issues including the advisories. These are available below:
Statewide Measures

Please visit our Facebook page at facebook.com/lwvwa and share links to Vote411 and the Ballot Summaries with your friends.

Also, if you like you'd like to connect with other citizens talking about the issues, try
Seattle CityClub's Living Voter Guide:

Local leagues often provide information on local ballot measures, so be sure to check your local league's website. To find your local league, visit here

Don't Miss Your Chance to Check Out Local League Forums

If you ever wanted to take the opportunity to engage with your elected officials directly  in a town hall style setting, now is the time! Leagues around the state are hosting Candidate and Issue forums that  feature local and congressional candidates ready and willing to answer your questions! View your next chance to connect with your representatives before the general election on our LWVWA calendar : View Full Calendar Here


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LWVWA's Gun Safety Toolkit

The online Gun Safety Toolkit is a collection of sound, fact-based resources to spark civil discussion and advocacy about gun safety in our communities. We encourage you to use this toolkit in forums, in your communications and as a resource guide, and to share the link with your members and others in the community.

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