Voter Resources

  • Vote 411 - A "one-stop-shop" for election related material developed by the League of Women Voters. View election information based on your state, look up your polling place, deadlines, absentee and mail-in ballot information and more.
  • Voters Edge - A non-partisan tool for helping you navigate elections. You can look up your ballot, along with links to candidate information, by entering your zip code.
  • California Secretary of State Official Voter Guide - A PDF version of the voter guide California voters will receive in the mail.
  • League of Women Voters Pros and Cons Presentation - A recording of our library program where the non-partisan group, the Eden Area Chapter of the League of Women Voters, reviews each statewide proposition.

Government Sites

  • Alameda County Registrar of Voters - The official website for the county's Registrar of Voter's responsible for conducting Federal, State, County, special and local elections.
  • California Secretary of State - Official website for the Secretary of State where you can register to vote, check voter registration and find other useful information on the upcoming election.
  • Voters with Disabilities - Information from Alameda County Registrar of Voters for how voters with disabilities can access election information and
  • Become a Poll Worker - Information on becoming a poll worker, including the application.
  • Federal Voting Assistance Program - Voting assistance for service members, their families and citizens living abroad.

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Fact Checking Sites

  • Politifact - Fact-checking website where journalists investigate statements and claims and publish their findings with ratings regarding the accuracy.
  • FactCheck.org - This tool is a project from the Annenburg Project Policy Center. This is a nonpartisan, nonprofit "consumer advocate" for voters that aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics.
  • FlackCheck.org - A companion site to FactCheck.org, this site provides tools and videos that teach you how to identify fake news and bias in new coverage and political rhetoric.
  • AllSides Media Bias Guide - Chart that indicates biases detected in various news media sources. This infographic tool rates news sources on a scale ranging from far left to far right.