Electronic Voter Resources

ELECTRONIC VOTERS’ GUIDE
for the 2014 Ohio and Cuyahoga County primary races

has been produced as a collaboration of the
Northeast Ohio Media Group and

League of Women Voters Cleveland Area
League of Women Voters Cuyahoga Area
League of Women Voters Shaker Heights

Access the Voters’ Guide at cleveland.com

The League of Women Voters is a strictly nonpartisan political membership organization. It encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

The LWV never endorses or rates candidates; however, it does support or oppose selected ballot issues based on positions derived from careful study and member consensus. This Voter Guide contains only objective explanations of ballot issues, but LWV positions on some of them can be found on websites or in other advocacy materials.

For further voter information, positions on issues, articles of interest, and opportunities to join or support the Leagues’ work, visit these additional websites as well.
League of Women Voters of Ohio
League of Women Voters of the United States
VOTE411

Local Leagues outside of Cuyahoga County but within the Cleveland.com/Plain Dealer readership area are:
LWV Akron Area, LWV Ashtabula, LWV Canton Area, LWV Geauga County, LWV Greater Youngstown, LWV Hudson, LWV Kent, LWV Lake County, LWV Lorain County, LWV North Portage County, LWV Oberlin, LWV Tallmadge, and LWV Trumbull County. They are not partners with the three Cuyahoga County Leagues in the production of this joint LWV/NEOMG Voter Guide. Their websites can be found on the local leagues page of the LWVO website.

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