Voters can find out who the current mayoral candidates are by visiting voter information sites, such as Vote411.org, and searching by location. If those sites do not provide the necessary information, voters can contact their state board of elections.Continue Reading
Vote411.org is a nonpartisan voter information site sponsored by the League of Women Voters Education Fund. They operate in all 50 states, and they provide detailed and accurate information about candidates in local, state and federal elections. Project Vote Smart is a similar website with lists of candidates and information about them.
If the information is inaccurate or not available, voters can also try contacting their city or county clerk's office. These offices are often responsible for electoral duties, and they may be able to help. The state board of elections is generally responsible for overseeing all elections, so they can either provide the information or direct voters to someone who can help. Many governments also create an official voting guide listing candidates and ballot measures, which may be published in a local newspaper or on the city or state website.
On Election Day, all of the candidates' names and party affiliations are also listed on the ballot for voters to choose from. However, voters should research each candidate before the election to make sure they agree with the candidate's position.Learn more about Politics