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If you're looking for information about the candidates for school boards and city councils, for mayors and municipal judges, we're here to help.
If you're still undecided about how to vote in the three statewide referendums, including the hotly debated Issue 2, or in local issues such as charter amendments and school levies, we can help with that, too.
Our voter guide provides biographical information on all the candidates and, in most cases, their answers to questions about issues in your community. It also gives quick summaries of state and local referendums.
The guide lets you make comparisons and mark your preferences much like you would on a real ballot. And once you've made your choices, you can print out a marked ballot to take into the voting booth or email a copy to your friends and family. You can even share your choices on Facebook.
It's all made possible by the Voter Guide, a joint project of Patch.com and E The People, a non-profit organization that helps voters in scores of communities across the country make informed choices about the candidates and issues of the day.
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