I found out about this website through a friend. It's a great place to go if you don't quite know who you want to support, or even if you think you do, you can find out if you really want to support them or if there's someone you agree with more. It's myelectiondecision.org. Basically, you can weight different topics with how important they are to you. Then you see a bunch of statements on the candidates' policies without knowing who said what, and you rate them by how much you agree with them. It's a great way to make sure you make an honest, unbiased decision. I know it has helped me; my top match was someone I had barely heard of, but the one I thought I really supported the most came in second. Hope it helps you!
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