Finding Election Information

VotingYard signs, political commercials and robo-calls — yes, it’s election time again. If you are feeling bewildered wading through the various candidates and proposals on the Tuesday, August 5 primary ballot, here are some resources to help:

Michigan Voter Information Center
Check if you are registered to vote, get information on absentee voting, and view a personalized sample ballot.

MLive Michigan Voter Guide
Enter your address to find your local races, then compare candidates’ views on various issues.

Vote411.org
Nonpartisan election information from the League of Women Voters

State Proposal 1 Analysis
Background, pros and cons provided by the League of Women Voters

Kent County Senior Millage Information
Information from the Area Agency on Aging of West Michigan

KDL Millage Information
FAQs about the KDL millage proposal. The KDL millage question will be the last question on the ballot.

(image courtesy of League of Women Voters of California)

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Sheri is the Kent District Library Webmaster. She loves KDL’s eBook collection and her NOOK because they allow her to fit a whole stack of books in her purse to take with her wherever she goes.



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2 Responses to “Finding Election Information”

  1. Sam Says:

    These voter guides were very helpful. Thank you!

  2. Heidi Says:

    Thanks Sam! You’re welcome.

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