Online Voter Guides give political organizations an efficient way to distribute endorsements so their supporters don’t have to guess which candidates share their values. They are simple to use. Voters view only the candidates and measures they can vote for all the way down the ballot. You can leverage your organization’s collective power to help win elections, especially in down ballot, non-partisan, low information races.
Online County Voter Guides provide voters with complete and personalized election information on all the offices, candidates and ballot measures for which they can vote. With our guides, voters can easily find their polling place. They can also read candidate ballot statements and arguments for and against state and local measures. These guides cost taxpayers a fraction of the price of traditional paper voter pamphlets. There is no postage cost and they are environmentally friendly.
Elected Official Guides make it easy for voters to find all their elected officials and their contact information, from the Governor to city council members and water board directors. Being able to easily contact your elected officials to get help or to express an opinion is fundamental to making government work properly. Elected Official Guides make governments more transparent and accountable.
Influence Guides let voters send consistent and personalized messages to their elected officials, at all levels of government. They allow advocacy organizations to focus and amplify the voices of their supporters by assuring that elected officials are hearing from their constituents.
Our guides are easy to use. Simply type in your address to view a personalized guide with only the candidates you can vote for at your address – not a long list from across the county.
Drawing on over 100 million voter records, we make sure that jurisdiction information is accurate down to the house. We get precise results for each voter, every time.
Our team of experienced political consultants, web designers, programmers and data scientists build and manage custom online tools to empower each of our clients.
Every guide is mobile friendly with no mandatory app download.
Our guides meet the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards for accessible design.
Our guides are currently available in English and Spanish. We look forward to making our guides available to voters in other languages.
Our statewide online voter guide helps our members and voters know which candidates educators support. In 2016, voters in more than 500 cities and towns across Indiana used IPACE.YourVoter.Guide.
Inyo County has provided an online voter guide to our citizens since 2014. According to our website analytics it is one of our highest trafficked sites related to elections.
DACA.Elected.Guide allows voters from all 53 congressional districts in California to contact their specific Member of Congress to urge the support and passage of a Clean DREAM Act.
Finally a simple way for California voters to find their specific elected officials and how to contact them. The next time you feel the urge to contact your city council member, you will now be able to find out to call. By increasing transparency, our guides can help voters become more engaged with their elected officials and one hopes, more invested in positive policy outcomes. Shining a light on government at all levels is a good thing.
Based in Sacramento, California, we are a dedicated team of experienced political consultants, data scientists, web designers, researchers and marketing experts, committed to the simple philosophy: -voters should be able to easily - find all their elected officials and how to contact them.
All our tools are simple to use because we crunch the data and do the research for you. Drawing on over 100 million voter records, our unique software allows us to standardize aggregate voter and precinct data across counties and states, to create personalized results for each voter. And our team of political and marketing experts helps put it all into the tool that is right for you.
We work with a variety of clients including county election officials, unions, political parties and grassroots advocacy organizations, to build tools to aid their strategies.
Questions about our guides? We would enjoy hearing from you.