Got election questions?
VOTE411.ORG should have you covered.
The interactive web site, launched 12 years ago by the League of Women Voters Education Fund, remains a "one-stop-shop" for election related information.
First, go to www.vote411.org/ballot to see a sample ballot specific to your address.
By entering your address you will be able to:
Preview races and ballot issues.
Learn about candidates.
Compare candidates side-by-side.
Save your ballot for Election Day, with choices to print it, text it, email it and share it on social media.
The site also provides an online process to register to vote.
The deadline has already passed for registering for the nearest election, Nov. 5, which features a question in Kansas City asking voters to decide if The Paseo should be renamed Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
The next registration deadline is Jan. 20, 2020 for the general election Feb. 4.
Other 2020 elections will include a presidential primary in March and the presidential election in November.