2017 Voter Guides


VOTER GUIDES FOR THE NOVEMBER 7, 2017 GENERAL ELECTION


VOTE411 is an online voter guide produced by the League of Women Voters

vote411Visit VOTE411.org to find information on candidates for municipal and school board races in Cuyahoga County, including contests for municipal court judges.

You can go directly to your personalized ballot by filling in your address in the VOTE411 form to the right. ➨ ➨ ➨

A video tutorial on how to use VOTE411.org was produced by the LWV of Cincinnati and posted on YouTube. To access that tutorial click here.


LWV of Ohio Voter Guide on Statewide Ballot Issues

The League of Women Voters of Ohio has published impartial information on two statewide issues that will be on the November 7 ballot:

Issue 1: Marsy’s Law or “Crime Victims’ Bill of Rights”
Issue 2: The Ohio Drug Price Relief Act

Click here to view the 2017 LWVO Voter Guide.


Judicial Voter Guides

Judge4Yourself.com 

(This is a non-League site; it is a collaboration of four bar associations and two newspapers)

Judge4Yourself.com is a service of the Judicial Candidates Rating Coalition (“JCRC”), which is made up of The Norman S. Minor Bar Association, The Ohio Women’s Bar Association, The Cuyahoga Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, and The Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association.

Judicial Votes Count 

(LWV of Ohio is one of several collaborators for this site)

Learn about Ohio’s judicial system, what judges do, why your vote is important. and what the qualifications are of candidates running for judgeships in your community.


LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS nonpartisan policy: The League of Women Voters does not support or oppose candidates. 
The League does take positions on issues after study and members have reached consensus.  League positions can be found on the Advocacy page of this website (click here).