Monday, February 18, 2008

Recommendations of Resources for Undecided Voters

You may already have lost sleep trying to decide who to vote for. You have plenty of reasons to have not made that decision yet.

For one, voting day is still a few days away. It’s not like you missed it. Besides, you probably just do not want to make an ignorant voting decision. Try not to procrastinate too much longer, though.

It is important to know as much as possible about the candidates that you support. You can find countless resources to help you with that task. One of those resources is websites such as Project Vote Smart. I was happy to have stumbled across this site while search for a 2008 voting guide.

It is great! It has biographies of every candidate by state, for different local and national elections. They also offer information about the various candidates running for U.S. president, Senate, and Congress.

You can find updated information on this site regarding just about anyone that is serving in public office today. I wish I would have came across this sooner.

I know the last time I looked for information-especially for local candidates-I found none. And I had spent seven hours doing so.

I was hoping to find a site like this. It is great for people who don't have time to watch the news every day-or for those who want to dig deaper than just viewing thirty-second news clips every single day.

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