LWV Philadelphia recommends a number of different resources to promote civic engagement and education. Some resources, where noted, have been created by the League while others are external to us, but may be helpful. Please see below for more details.

Vote411 Voter Guide

Vote411 is an initiative of the League of Women Voters Education Fund that allows users to register to vote, check compare state issues, and access sample ballots. The League of Women Voters of Philadelphia publishes Philadelphia County races for each election and includes a specific question or set of questions that each candidate answers. Users can complete their sample ballot to prepare for voting on election day.

WeVote app

WeVote is an initiative created by the Committee of Seventy, which promotes a culture of voting in businesses, organizations and communities in the region. Similar to Vote411, WeVote is a tool that gives people access to sample ballots, voter registration, and polling place information. On top of that, users can find volunteer opportunities and share local events with friends. To find out more about WeVote, click here.

The State & National Leagues

For more information on state and federal policy positions, events, and news, check out the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania or the League of Women Voters National.

The Civics Center

The Civics Center works to improve youth voter engagement by encouraging student-led, peer-to-peer voter registration and preregistration efforts through direct outreach to high school communities. To access resources for high school students and youth, like the Civics Center’s Voter Registration Action Plan, check out the organization here