Wheaton League of Women Voters offers video voter guide for April 6 election

  • Use the League of Women Voter's Video Voter Guide to prepare for the upcoming election.

    Use the League of Women Voter's Video Voter Guide to prepare for the upcoming election. Courtesy of Mary Pritchard

 
Submitted by Mary Pritchard
Updated 2/25/2021 3:28 PM

The April 6 election is quickly approaching, and early voting has started at the DuPage County Fairgrounds as of Feb. 25, so now is the time to start preparing for when you will head to the polls, or fill out your mail in ballot.

If you're feeling overwhelmed at all of the local candidates running and not sure where to start to learn more, look no further than the League of Women Voter of Wheaton's Video Voter Guide.

 

The Wheaton League of Women Voters invited candidates to participate in their Video Voter Guide who are running for office in the communities they serve, including: Warrenville, West Chicago, Wheaton, Winfield and Carol Stream

Explore the video voter guide and hear directly from candidates via their recorded videos to understand more about what the roles are that they are running for, what their positions are, and other important questions that are on the minds of voters.

The video voter guide is divided into the following sections, and includes videos from over 83 candidates: Cities/towns/villages; Library board; Park districts; school districts; and townships.

The candidates' videos have not been altered or edited and are presented as submitted by the candidates to LWV of Wheaton for the April 2021 election.

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government. LWV does not endorse or oppose candidates.

You can find the video voter guide at my.lwv.org/illinois/wheaton/lwv-video-voter-guide-april-2021

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