Voter Guides

I’ve made my list and checked it twice, and I’m ready to go.  Are you?  Even if you know who you’re voting for in the presidential, legislative and other local races, the best way to avoid Voter’s Remorse is to double-check where the candidates stand according to their records.  After all, who can keep track of everything they’ve been willing to say (then clarify, and refute, and finally restate) while they’re on the trail?

Here’s my formula:  Grab a voter guide from a source you trust[1].  Verify where the candidates stand on those issues you count as important.  Then, vote your principles and conscience.

Oh, and get in early, to avoid the rush!  :)

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  1. Or, even better, get a few guides to compare. []

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