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Voter Information Guide

Getting Started

 

Voter Information Guide

The non-partisan information resources you need to make educated decisions when election day rolls around. 

                    

Information Resources

Fact Checking - Resources provide you with the tools to determine whether or not the information being presented is accurate and unbiased. 

politifact.com                              factcheck.org 


Candidate Campaign: Platform & Funding - Resources with information on candidate’s political platform and how their campaign is funded. 

opensecrets.org           isidewith.com           votesmart.org           followthemoney.org


Polling & Issue Information - Resources provide information on current polling data on both candidates & issues. 

 people-press.org      fivethirtyeight.com      270towin.com      pollingreport.com     realclearpolitics.com/epolls/latest_polls​


Texas Election Information - Resources for local and state elections.  

votetexas.gov     sos.state.tx.us/elections     mctx.org/election     isidewith.com/texas-voter-guide     lwvtexas.org/elections.html 


Voter Registration - Visit these websites to complete your voter registration:

rockthevote.com     turbovote.com     vote411.org 

Additional Information

Political Resources | Bias The University of Nebraska Omaha provides political resources and information on detecting bias.


Blue Feed, Red Feed - The Wall Street Journal has created a political resource that allows users to view Liberal Facebook and Conservative Facebook, side by side.


Consider the SourceA resource guide to liberal, conservative and nonpartisan periodicals.