Voter Guide Election Help [Election Forum]

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Voter Guide Election Help [Election Forum]

We have voter guides, webinars, and websites all ready for every voter who wants to know how to vote his or her values!

  1. Nationwide. Here is your voter guide to the 2016 Election:

Presidential Central, with comparison charts, videos, and more. It Includes national voter guide info, too. Click here.

  1. California. Complete recommendations on President, US Senate, Propositions, judges, and local offices. By county from Northern California to San Diego. Click here.
  1. Final Church Election Forums. At these forums, I talk about how to vote your values and go straight down the ballot. See the list of churches here.
  1. Webinar. Can’t make it to a church Election Forum? I’ll be doing my second national Election Forum webinar on Tuesday, October 25th at 6:00pm and a Nation/California Election Forum webinar on Tuesday, October 25th at 7:00pm.
  1. Never, Never, Never. Don’t be deceived by a slate mailer, email, or Facebook post. See video here.

Let me know if you have any other questions. Email me at

7 Comments on “Voter Guide Election Help [Election Forum]”

  1. Thank you very much for following through on my request to have the recommendations out early enough for those of us who mail in our ballots to get them filled and mailed on time.

    I also thank you for all of the articles you write and the information you share about events in the government. God bless you!

  2. In California, most candidates and propositions are easy to decide, the judge candidates are the biggest unknown. Where do we go for a summary of their qualifications and their beliefs?

  3. I was told that you provide results of background, party, and leanings on all the important issues of this upcoming election. All I find is a pitch to sign up for news letters. What happened???

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