League of Women Voters of Lansing fosters informed electorate

Nov 2, 2016

There are plenty of candidates on Michigan ballots this year, and election officials and volunteers want the public to make informed choices. We talk voter education with the co-presidents of the Lansing chapter of the League of Women Voters of Michigan.


Next Tuesday, Michigan residents will cast a ballot that’s filled with choices. From the presidency of the United States to local school boards, there’s a lot for voters to consider on November 8th.

This election could see historic turnouts at the polls, and officials want every voter to make well-informed decisions about their future political leaders.

Current State talks about the importance voter education with Beth Moore and Camilla Davis, co-presidents of the Lansing area chapter of the League of Women Voters of Michigan.