iVoterGuide: Educated, Informed Voters Will Be Key in Important Elections, Regardless If They Vote in Person or By Mail
June 1, 2020
AUSTIN, Texas—COVID-19 has changed the way many Americans will vote in November—and even before. Mail-in voting is being touted by some but deemed potentially fraudulent by others.
In fact, reported The Associated Press on Friday, Election Day could turn into Election Week, with election officials in some key battleground states warning it may take days to count what they expect will be a surge of ballots sent by mail out of concern for safety amid the pandemic.
“Regardless of how they cast their votes, Americans want accurate, well-researched information and trusted guidance in order to remove all uncertainty from the most important part of voting—making the right choice,” said iVoterGuide President Debbie Wuthnow. “The greatest threat to our republic is not delayed election results or even fraud, but ill-informed voters. Now more than ever, Americans need readable, honest, comprehensive facts about candidates and issues, such as our trusted voting guidance provides through just a couple of clicks.”
Providing the most comprehensive, educational information on nearly every race in the country, iVoterGuide has researched over 24,000 candidates in more than 11,000 races and offers sample ballots, voting information and candidate evaluations. From election dates to voter registration deadlines and polling locations, iVoterGuide has resources to help turn out 2.2 million voters across all 50 states in the 2020 primary and general elections in order to restore the principles of limited government, free enterprise and traditional American values. Learn more at ivoterguide.com.
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