In just 24-hours, we'll all be at the polls. If you have any lingering questions about the candidates, now is the time to act. Here are several great sites to help you find just about anything you want to know about the federal and state candidates.
- Click here to track Federal legislation and find out how your Congressman and Senators are voting.
- Sites like Project Vote Smart, On The Issues, iVoteValues, Easy Voter, and The Ballot, provide a wealth of non-partisan information on voting and candidates (including biographies, issue positions, voting records, campaign finances and interest group ratings).
- Another way to access voter information for your state is to use a search engine (i.e., google or yahoo) and type in "voter guide" or "voter information" along with key words like "pro-family" or "Christian" and the name of your state.
- For instructions on viewing candidates interest group ratings, commonly called "Scorecards," click here.
- The pro-family organizations listed below provide voters resources for most states. Click on the organizations’ links to get more information.
American Family Association: Voter Resources
Catholic Answers: Voter's Guide
Christian Coalition: Voter Guides
Eagle Forum: Election Central
Family Research Council: Voting Records
Focus on the Family: CitizenLink
National Right to Life Committee: Voting Records
Pew Forum: Religion and Politics 08