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The League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area provides two resources for Cincinnati voters:
  • "Voter Guide" - a printed voter guide. See more below.
  • Vote411.org- an online voter guide.

Visit the Hamilton County Board of Elections website for the latest election results.

Voter Guide

BE AN INFORMED VOTER!

The League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area has published our Voter Guide, formerly known as the Who & What of Elections Voter's Guide, since 1921. It is available to the public free of charge, prior to the November elections. Candidates are asked their views on issues of importance to the community. The candidates' responses and their biographical information are published along with explanations of ballot issues as well as general information on the voting process.

All information is also available at Vote411.org.

Pick up a copy at one of these participating organizations

Vote411.org

Vote411.org Election Information You NeedVote411.org provides a customized ballot, candidate profiles, Vote411.org Election Information You Need full ballot language information, and, post-election results for every election. Data is supplied by the League of Women Voters, candidates and the Hamilton County Board of Elections.

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All information printed in the printed Voter Guide is available on Vote411.org, including extended content.

Where to Get Your Voter Guide

Depending on the election, the League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area distributes between 80,000 - 100,000 copies of our voter guide throughout Hamilton County, Ohio. Our Voter Guides are available in many local libraries, businesses, places of worship and community organizations. We also often distribute it in copies of Cincinnati CityBeat in the month before the November election.

If your organization is interested in receiving copies, contact us

History of the Voter Guide

The League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area has published the Voter Guide, formerly known as the Who & What of Elections Voter's Guide, since 1921. It is available to the public free of charge, prior to the November elections. Candidates are asked their views on issues of importance to the community. The candidates' responses and their biographical information are published along with explanations of ballot issues as well as general information on the voting process.

All information printed, is also available on Vote411.org.