Sure, We Want Your Vote,
…But We Very Much Want You TO VOTE.
Democracy works best with the fullest participation of voting citizens.
We think the smart voter is going to choose Democratic candidates. To help your education, we also offer links to–
Non-partisan Organizations Encouraging Informed Participation in Democracy
- League of Women Voters of PA The League provides non-partisan information on voting, candidates, and issues. Confused about your polling place, absentee ballots, voting methods, or other issues? Check out their excellent Voting FAQ’s.
- League of Women Voters Chester County – Local information including a Voters’ Guide to the election (current guide is for the primary, updated general election guide to be posted soon).
- votesPA (Pennsylvania Dept. of State) To understand your voting rights and how voting integrity is assured, start with the PA Department of State’s online voting information and resource center.
- Project Vote Smart To study candidates and incumbents: Project Vote Smart offers non-partisan information on U.S. federal and state candidates, ballot measures, issues and legislation. Includes details on voting records.