October 30, 2018

League Of Women Voters Discusses How To Be An Informed Voter

Rhea Cain President League of Women Voters of Indianapolis

Rhea Cain President League of Women Voters of Indianapolis

Election Day is one week away.

League of Women Voters of Indianapolis President Rhea Cain says voters can have a powerful voice on Election Day.

"We’re very, very lucky," Cain says. "We get to exercise a privilege that a lot of people in the world don’t.  We get to elect the people who represent us and that’s a big deal.”

Cain says she hears concerns from some who say their vote doesn’t matter.

"I get the frustration, but the most powerful place in our country on Election Day is when citizens place their ballot into the box," she says. "We are taking the real power of our government back on that day.”

The League of Women Voters launched VOTE 411.org, a one-stop website that gives voters information on the candidates and the tools to navigate the voting process on Nov. 6.

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