GETTING READY FOR NOVEMBER — PART 4

What is is this post about? Voter Guides!

Thus far we have had five posts in this series.

Now we are going to talk about where you can find information on the candidates.

Below we have listed a bunch of voter guides. These guides list multiple candidates in different elections. How do you figure out which candidates you can vote for?  Visit vote.elections.virginia.gov/VoterInformation. This site is run by the Virginia Department of Elections. I got the link off pwcvotes.com. If you enter just a little bit of information about yourself, you can verify your registration, where you vote, and which elections you can vote in.

Now we can move on. Here are the voter guides that we have produced for the 2019 General Election on November 5th. These guides are formatted so that you can print them (Click the Download button.) front and back on 8.5 x 11 in paper. When you cut the paper in half, you will have two copies of a voter guide. Please feel free to share and distribute these guides.

We have displayed the contents below each Download button.

  • This file is for the school board elections on the west end of Prince William County: final-2019-general-election-school-board-west-end-voter-guideDownload
  • This file is for Board of County Supervisor elections on the east end of Prince William County: final-2019-general-election-bocs-east-end-voter-guide-Download
  • This file is for Board of County Supervisor elections on the west end of Prince William County: final-2019-general-election-bocs-west-end-voter-guideDownload
  • This file is for Prince William County’s sheriff and commonwealth’s attorney elections: final-2019-general-election-commonwealth-attorney-sheriff-voter-guideDownload
  • In addition, The Family Foundation has developed a voter guide for the contested legislative races in Prince William County. Check out their PRINCE WILLIAM/STAFFORD voter guide. Here is a description of what they have produced.

    Thanks for your attention. Please check out our guides and our websites. Look up what you can find on the candidate’s web sites and in the local papers. Then please think about your beliefs. What is best for your family, friends, and neighbors. Then go vote.

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