The Holland Area

Holland Area

Because Democracy is Not a Spectator Sport

The League of Women Voters, a non partisan political organization, 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 League never supports or opposes candidates, but we do take positions on issues that we have studied and come to consensus on at the local, state or national level.

Empowering voters. Defending Democracy.

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Election count

It’s going to take longer to count the votes and verify a winner in this year’s election – and that’s okay. We need to be patient so election officials can take the time to make sure we Count Every Vote. READ MORE for links to election results (local, state and national) as they are made availble.

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The League of Women Voters Holland Area and The Holland Sentinel have collaborated on a weekly voter education series leading up to the November 3rd election. Read more to find links to the weekly videos and articles . Be an informed voter!

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There is still time to vote by absentee ballot in the November 3rd election. READ MORE to learn how to apply for an absentee ballot and where to return it. Make a plan! Vote!


Looking for information on registering to vote? You can still register, but you will need to go to your city or township clerk's office and take proof of residency. READ MORE for more information. Election Day is Tuesday, November 3rd. Be a Voter! Image

The COVID-19 virus is impacting elections, too. VOTE411 is your resource for the latest information. Frequent updates by state are posted in English and Spanish. Stay informed, stay engaged, stay safe!

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