Only One Week Left to Vote in the California Recall Election!

iVoterGuide Provides Key Information About Candidates so Voters Have Utmost Confidence When Casting Their Votes

September 8, 2021

SACRAMENTO — There is only one week left to cast a vote in the California gubernatorial recall election, and voters who might have waited until the last minute to get a better understanding of the candidates’ positions are now scrambling to make an informed and educated decision.

Recent reports indicate that only 21% of Californians have cast their ballots so far—a startling indicator of the confusion felt among voters. With 47 candidates who represent a myriad of perspectives, it’s easy for voters to feel overwhelmed. Voters ask how they are supposed to know which candidate best represents their morals and beliefs.

iVoterGuide, an online, national resource that gathers key voting information for elections across the country, provides crucial research to assist voters in choosing the candidate that best represents their values. What sets iVoterGuide apart is the fact that they remain unbiased. The extensive research iVoterGuide compiles for each candidate includes links to their websites and social media accounts, ideological donation reports given to or by the candidates, as well as any voting ratings earned for those who have previously held office. All candidates were also given the opportunity to fill out iVoterGuide’s questionnaire, which gives better understanding of their personal stances on high profile political issues. All information can be found here.

“There is controversy left and right, but if you’re looking for unbiased truth about the candidates, iVoterGuide can really help clarify the differences between candidates,” said iVoterGuide president Debbie Wuthnow.

“Peeling back the layers of personality, popularity, and party, iVoterGuide staff aggregated specific research on each candidate individually.”

Latest polls indicate that the state is still evenly split over the effort to recall Governor Newsom, with a majority of California voters still undecided. Wuthnow encourages undecided voters to ask themselves several crucial questions:

“Do voters agree with Governor Newsom’s stances on abortion, his lockdown of churches, businesses and schools, support for LGBTQ policies, and his views on taxes, green energy, and the homeless crisis? Do some undecided voters even remember his positions? iVoterGuide provides documented reminders of his policies and executive orders, all referenced so that voters can verify for themselves.” Wuthnow added, “iVoterGuide is here to help responsible voters better determine which candidate can be trusted with power to respect the inalienable rights that bind us together as a nation.”

iVoterGuide is a one-stop resource for candidate ratings and election information. In 2020, iVoterGuide’s expert researchers gave an in-depth analysis—and overall rating—for 8,000+ candidates in more than 3,300 races 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. iVoterGuide also created Pray for Leaders, an easy way for voters to pray by name for the officials whom they personally have the authority to elect.

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To interview a representative from iVoterGuide, contact, Jeff Tolson, 610.584.1096, ext. 108, or Deborah Hamilton, ext. 102.