The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa released its voter guide for the 2012 general election on Nov. 6.
The 28-page non-partisan guide will be distributed mainly through the Tulsa City-County Library system and can be picked up at any branch library. The guide is also available online at http://lwvtulsa.org
Any interested organization or person can arrange to pick up copies of the guide from the League of Women Voters office Monday through Friday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
“Voters who don’t follow politics closely will be surprised to find there is a lot more on this ballot than the presidential election,” said Heather Hope-Hernandez, president, Tulsa League of Women Voters. “This information-packed guide allows voters to read the candidates’ answers to questions we posed, as well as offers a listing and explanation of the six state questions on the ballot and the two Vision2 proposals. There are also seven pages of judges listed in our guide as we will vote whether or not to retain certain judges sitting on the State Supreme Court, the Civil Appeals Court and the Criminal Appeals Court,” she said. “It’s a lot to take in, and we encourage everyone to get a copy of the guide and be informed when they go to the polls on November 6th.”
Voters can also build their own ballot on our national interactive site http://Vote411.org.