How well do you think you're informed about elections?
on a scale from 1-10 (10 being most informed) or just an explanation
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Me, I am very well informed! 91/2 + I wish I could give you 3 STARS!
You can be too!
I'll vote for the Republican Ticket to ensure America's safety.
Right now my best match on the candidate calculator is Mike Huckabee.
Try it and see who your best match is, it may not even be someone in the party that you traditionally vote within. It only takes a few minutes.
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1. Presidential Election Resources; including each candidate's voting record and position on all issues.
2. State Presidential Primary Dates
3. How Does the Primary Process Work?
4. Electoral College Votes per State
5. What is the Electoral College?
6. Political Party Information
7. Other Internet Resources
1. Answer the questions on this site to find the 2008 presidential candidate that best aligns with your beliefs.
2. It only takes three to five minutes!
3. You may also “Click” an issue to LEARN more about it and discuss it with other voters.
4. Which 2008 Presidential Candidate Agrees With You?
1. This site compares candidates and issues in matrix form.
2. You can vote for your candidate by issue on this site.
This is yet another site for information on the 2008 election!
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
- 1 decade ago
9. I'm an American in Canada and I'm following the campaign quite a lot. Yet, I hardly know where the candidates stand.
- AckDuScheisse!!Lv 41 decade ago
1 ...... The media (our major source for election information) reports way too much based on NUMBERS... and NEVER on facts or political opinions. I rarely hear what they stand for... I only hear, how they disagree with ONE other candidate, or what they ate for lunch that day.
I'm sick of it, and feel like i'm trapped in this robotic machine called America.Source(s): GOOGLE RON PAUL ... hell... google ANY politician, and read up on what he believes in.
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- Matthew VLv 71 decade ago
11, too much, it's in your face in the news all the time. It's not even 2008, yet they're campaigning like it is.