How To Pick A Candidate

The League of Women Voters has a long and proud history of focusing election campaigns on the issues and helping voters get clear, honest answers to their questions. The LWVUS has published a handbook a handbook on Presidential Elections. The handbook includes information on the history of the presidency, the powers and duties of the office, the nuts and bolts of electing a president—go here to learn all about the Electoral College and campaign financing— a guide to watching the debates, and more. You can download the handbook here.

You can find more tips on how to "pick a candidate" at this site prepared by the LWV of Newton, Massachusetts here.
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