League of Women Voters Publishes Online Voters Guide for Mid-term Election

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To assist Massachusetts voters as they go to the polls on Nov. 6 for state general elections, the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts has published a comprehensive online “Voters’ Guide” that features information about all candidates on the ballot.

The LWVMA online guide allows voters across the state to access personalized ballot information and see the candidates who will be on their ballot simply by entering a street address. Voters will find information about candidates’ backgrounds, answers from candidates to questions posed by LWVMA and information about statewide ballot questions. The guide also includes a “Make a Plan to Vote” tool.

The guide contains complete information about candidates for the following offices: U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, Massachusetts Senate and House, governor, lieutenant governor, auditor, treasurer, secretary of the commonwealth, attorney general, register of deeds, clerk of courts, district attorney, governor’s council and county commissioner.

For more information, visit http://InformedVoterMA.org.

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