Voter guide 'drills down' to issues voters care about

Wednesday, October 10, 2018
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Chris Woodward (OneNewsNow.com)

"I voted today" t-shirtMidterm elections are just weeks away and an easy-to-use election guide is available for voters.

There are a number of voter guides available online, including one from AFA Action, the politically active arm of the American Family Association.

"You can go to AFAAction.net and it's right there front and center," says Rob Chambers of AFA Action.

Chambers

Powered by iVoterGuide, the AFA Action Voter Guide will ask you to enter your address. When you do, you should see the candidates for U.S. House of Representatives in your district, as well as any candidates in your state for U.S. Senate.

Visitors can also expand the findings to include all of their state. So someone in Northeast Mississippi could see all the candidates in Mississippi running for the U.S. House of Representatives, not just the candidates for the District 1 race.

People also have the option of researching candidates in other states.

"What's unique about our voter guide," says Chamber, "is that it drills down to how they vote on key issues, and what their views are on key issues like, Do they support Trump's funding of the wall? Do they want to defund Planned Parenthood?"

Visitors to the AFA Action Voter Guide can also see where candidates get their money from, who they endorse, and who endorses them.


AFA Action is a division of the American Family Association, the parent organization of the American Family News Network, which operates OneNewsNow.com.

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