Wuthnow: ‘Our goal at iVoterGuide is to help make an impact in electing leaders who will truly represent Americans and their values’
TUPELO, Miss. — As Americans are starting to prepare for the upcoming midterm elections— with Texas early voting already underway— many wonder where to find honest, accurate data about the candidates they will be voting for. For such a critical election, making sure Americans have all the information they need to cast an informed vote is more important than ever.
This is why iVoterGuide (ivoterguide.com), the premier Christian voting guide, was designed to inform and educate voters on the stances and history of thousands of candidates on the ballot in all fifty states.
Debbie Wuthnow, president of iVoterGuide, explained, “We’re facing decisions in 2022 that could permanently alter the direction of our country. Our goal at iVoterGuide is to help make an impact in electing leaders who will truly represent Americans and their values—in the U.S. Congress, in statewide offices such as governor and attorney general, and even down to state representatives. We are rising to the challenge in a way that truly allows us to have a greater impact than any other voter guide in America.”
iVoterGuide achieves this in three unique ways.
- iVoterGuide covers more elections than any other voter guide, from federal races in all 50 states, statewide races in 35 states and state legislative races in 33 states, all the way down to local school board races in key districts.
- The iVoterGuide team works to get the get the truth into voters’ hands as early as possible by providing a comprehensive voting guide out in time for primary elections. iVoterGuide is now the only voter guide available nationwide for the 2022 Republican primaries.
- iVoterGuide partners with more than 60 organizations across the country to help get voter guides in the hands of voters in order to impact more voters than any other voter guide. The team estimates that they will reach more than 5 million voters in 2022.
Users of the voter guide often reach out to thank the iVoterGuide team. One user wrote, “Thank you and bless you for putting this voter guide together! I have never voted in the primaries before because I had no idea who to vote for… but now I can. More times than not, when I would go vote in the general election, I could not tell the difference in choosing between the Republican or Democrat. When there were two candidates with equal ratings, I read through the questionnaire and was able to make my decision. I know this took a lot of time and effort and I greatly appreciate it!”
“The results of this unique impact strategy are powerful,” stated Wuthnow. “In 2020 alone, iVoterGuide directly contributed to victories for the more conservative candidate in 156 races across the nation—and significantly contributed to victories in 1,785 more races. Now just imagine what we can do in 2022 when we expect to reach 1.5 million more voters.”
iVoterGuide is dedicated to equipping Americans to be informed, educated voters. iVoterGuide is a one-stop resource for candidate ratings and election information. A division of American Family Association (AFA) Action, it is known today for its accuracy and integrity in researching and evaluating candidates on the ballot and equipping Christians to vote wisely and be good stewards of their citizenship.
In 2022, iVoterGuide’s expert researchers will give an in-depth analysis—and overall rating—from a Christian and conservative perspective for 12,000+ candidates nationwide. Additionally, iVoterGuide offers election dates, registration deadlines, polling locations, and other information needed to help Americans vote wisely and identify candidates on the ballot who share their values. Related tools are also available to inform family, neighbors, and business associates about getting their own personalized ballots. iVoterGuide is helping to restore the principles of limited government, free enterprise, and traditional American values.
To experience iVoterGuide’s unique voting guide, see the voting guide for the upcoming Texas primary elections.