In just four days, voters everywhere will be turning out to cast their votes for U.S. Senate, U.S. House, state legislature, and many other elected offices. While a lot of folks have taken advantage of early voting opportunities, there’s no denying that November 2 is going to be a big day for our state and our country.

Many voters hardly give any thought to who they will vote for before heading to the polls. That’s why so many people are shocked when the candidate they elected doesn’t vote the way they thought he would.

Twenty years ago, we set out to change that. That’s why started the Arkansas Voter’s Guide, Arkansas’ premiere source for non-partisan candidate information. It takes a deep look at who candidates are and what they believe.

While we’re out of printed copies of the Arkansas Voter’s Guide, you can still view it online at today.

Please don’t cast your vote without taking a few minutes to learn about your candidates. Go to before you go to the polls, and encourage your friends and family members to do the same.

Thank you for helping us inform voters all over Arkansas.

1 Comment

  1. Jim

    “There’s a live-and-let-live attitude now among the people I work with, It’s when homosexuality enters the social and political arena – gay adoption, gay marriage or ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ – and a group is trying to change the culture that you get pushback.”

    So what you’re saying is you believe in live-and-let-live, as long as Gays don’ actually try ti LIVE. Seriously, you can claim live-and-let-live but insist gays not enter the political arena. You’re really are an idiot.

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