ProCon.org, a 501(c)(3) non-partisan public charity that I chair, has built free and easy to navigate election sites. Sites were built for the presidential elections of 2008, 2012, 2016, and another was built for the three, November 4, 2014 Santa Monica, California elections.
A popular part of these sites are their quizzes… seen on the left hand side of each site’s home page.
The 75 question quiz in their 2016 presidential election site was taken by over 650,000 people.
As you take the quizes and answer yes or no to their questions, a little chart on the right automatically shows how your views match with the candidates. A Neither or Unsure response does not change the chart.
The Santa Monica election was actually three separate elections: City Council, School Board and College Board.
Here are links to those nonpartisan election sites:
1. 2008 presidential election site: http://2008election.procon.org
2. 2012 presidential election site: http://2012election.procon.org
3. 2014 elections sites for the three, Santa Monica, California: http://localelections.procon.org
4. 2016 presidential election site: https://2016election.procon.org/
To find out about a nonpartisan election site for your local or state election, click here
*The New York Times called that 2012 presidential election site “the most comprehensive tool for researching the candidate’s stance on issues”