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Candidate Information Resources
General Candidate Information
This site was created to be a tool to boost voter engagement and to educate the public on the issues. It also includes a quiz
that can be taken to see which candidate aligns with your political views.
From The Center for Responsive Politics, OpenSecrets is a source for tracking and reporting on money's role in politics and policy.
Politiwoops is a source from ProPublica that posts deleted tweets from public officials, including those running for office.
This site provides in-depth information on the candidates and their stances on controversial issues. By providing this information in a nonpartisan format, this site can be an excellent place to learn more about each of the candidates.
AAPD Voter Resource Center
The American Association of People with Disabilities website has a great voter information resource such as an issues guide and candidate profiles.
Political Party Websites
As stated on the party's website: The party's platform is that "[d]emocrats believe that cooperation is better than conflict, unity is better than division, empowerment is better than resentment, and bridges are better than walls."
As stated on the party's website, this party's philosophy is based on the 10 key values of: grassroots democracy, social justice and equal opportunity, ecological wisdom, non-violence, decentralization, community-based economics, feminism and gender equity, respect for diversity, personal and global responsibility, and future focus and sustainability.
As stated on the party's website: The Libertarian Party centers around the belief "that all individuals have the right to exercise sole dominion over their own lives, and have the right to live in whatever manner they choose, so long as they do not forcibly interfere with the equal right of others to live in whatever manner they choose."
As stated on the party's website: "The Grand Old Party, founded by abolitionists in 1854, fights for the freedom and equal opportunity of every individual. We draw inspiration from our Party’s history and believe that individuals, rather than the government, make the best decisions. Our Party works to give Americans more choices – in health care, education, energy and the economy – and to free individuals and families from the intrusive overreach of federal bureaucrats. We will continue to fight for equality, freedom and a better America. "
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