League of Women Voters Offers Easy Voter Guides in Five Languages to Help New and Busy Voters Prepare for the June Primary Election in California

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The nonpartisan Easy Voter Guide provides simple descriptions of the state propositions and helpful information for new and busy voters about the June 5 Primary Election. Place orders for the 4-page printed guide in English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean at http://www.easyvoterguide.org.

“We believe that having multilingual, easy-to-use information on voting and elections will encourage more Californians to vote, which is vital to a healthy democracy,” said Jennifer Waggoner, President of the League of Women Voters of California Ed Fund

The League of Women Voters of California Education Fund has produced a nonpartisan voter guide for new and busy California voters. Guides are available for purchase in bundles of 50 copies for $7.50, plus shipping and handling at http://www.easyvoterguide.org.

Highlights of the Easy Voter Guide include:

  •     The two statewide ballot measures
  •     The new “Top Two” primary system
  •     How to vote, including important dates and useful resources

“Voters facing the many confusing choices on the ballot can turn to the Easy Voter Guide for trustworthy, user-friendly information,” said Jennifer Waggoner, President of the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund. “We believe that having multilingual, easy-to-use information on voting and elections will encourage more Californians to vote, which is vital to a healthy democracy.”

The Easy Voter Guide Project is partnering with public libraries, county elections offices, high schools, community colleges, adult schools and churches to distribute Easy Voter Guide booklets throughout California for the upcoming election. Read and download your copy at http://www.easyvoterguide.org today.

Produced for every statewide election in California since 1994, the Easy Voter Guide Project is a collaboration of the League of Women Voters® of California Education Fund and the California State Library.

Read more about the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund at http://www.cavotes.org.

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