Since as early as 1955, the League of Women Voters in Bucks County have been providing nonpartisan Voters Guides as one of many public services. This long history has allowed candidates to see the value of putting their qualifications and views before the public. The League’s Voters Guide contains election information, the list of offices and issues to be voted on and names of candidates together with biographical information and a summary of their views the candidates are asked to provide.
The 2018 Spring Voters Guide for the primary and special election is available online at www.lwvbucks.org/VotersGuide416.html . This joint project by the League of Women Voters Education Fund and the League of Women Voters of Bucks County provides important information about voting, addresses state and local races to be voted on May 15, provides additional online resources and can be taken into the voting booth. Voters are reminded that the polls open at 7 am and close at 8 pm. Additional information can be found at the League’s website, www.VOTE411.org.
Questionnaires will be sent out again prior to the November general election. The League hopes that all candidates will appreciate this opportunity to inform the public and that all candidates will chose to respond.