About VOTE411

Sponsors & Partners

Thank you for your interest in supporting the League of Women Voters’ VOTE411.org!


VOTE411.org – the premier national website for election information – is an outstanding platform for getting your organization in front of millions of active and involved people across the United States.


State and national sponsors and partners are vital to our work to empower voters with the information they need to successfully navigate Election Day. If you are interested in becoming a VOTE411 partner or sponsor please contact Maggie Bush (mbush@lwv.org).

Partners

U.S. Vote Foundation (US Vote) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan 501(c) 3 organization that works to facilitate and increase the participation of U.S. domestic, overseas and military voters worldwide through streamlined voter registration and absentee ballot request services, civic data, technology development, and access to personalized voter information services. US Vote is a leader in Vote-by-Mail Absentee Ballot Request services. Overseas Vote is the principal initiative of US Vote. The foundation adheres to a unified vision and mission: Every Citizen is a Voter and aims for every citizen to have open access to voter information and the ability to easily engage in their democracy and civic life with voting as a central action.

NALEO Educational Fund’s ¡Ve Y Vota! (Go Vote!) non-partisan voter engagement program empowers Latinos to participate in the political process by creating an informed and engaged electorate, reducing barriers to political participation, and protecting the rights of voters.  Our model for voter engagement combines the power of providing Latinos with vital information on how they can participate in elections with an invitation to become active participants in our nation’s democracy.  For more information, please visit www.naleo.org.

National Sponsors

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