Voting is the most basic action in democracy but the most vital. Through elections, citizens have the ability to choose who represents them in government—locally, state-wide, and nationwide. Ballots also give us the opportunity to vote on measures like school funding, water rights, and social issues like same-sex marriage. Don’t just vote, be a voter!
Being an educated voter is every citizens’ responsibility. Contact the CGWAN Local Government leader if you have questions or want to share information about local races.
GOVERNMENT AUDITORS AND ELECTIONS OFFICES
Hood River County
League of Women Voters Washington, Oregon (* also works on voting rights)
Center for American Women and Politics Information by Level of Office