Voter Guide: 3 Things You Should Know About Voting For, Not Against, Your Values

Craig HueyElection, Election Recommendations, Politics2 Comments

Our voter guide is up.

At least partially.

Let me explain.

1. The voter guide for the primary elections is up covering the candidates and judges.

Here is how you can use it and what you need to know:

2. For over 20 years we have had close to a million users. But this year we had major obstacles.

Our research is extensive on each candidate. And then we must post our ratings. Then we must advertise its availability.

This year some counties are late being posted or being posted with fewer candidates covered.

The major problem has been far less donations by individuals and churches.

We just didn’t get the resources this election.

Our small staff is doing an incredible job, but it’s not all that we want and much of it late…we still are researching and posting.

Without donations – we just can’t offer this service.

And of course, we have no money to market – the only way we can let people know.

And Google has made searching for us almost impossible, when in the past we were at the top of the search results.

3. Can you help?

Could you chip in $10.00 or more to help us?

We are $224,000 short for the primaries.

Then we have the November election.

We can’t do this without your help.

You can donate the following ways:

  1. Online – Click here.
  2. By phone – Call 1-866-382-2226.
  3. By mail – Send a check to:

Turn America Around Fund
2817 West End Avenue, Suite 126 #488
Nashville, TN 37203.

What do you think? Let me know at craig@electionforum.org.

2 Comments on “Voter Guide: 3 Things You Should Know About Voting For, Not Against, Your Values”

  1. How do I get rid of the ad or whatever it is for facebook, twitter etc. on the left side of the page so i can read your email?

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