Voters who haven't marked their ballots yet may be waiting to research just one more thing about a particular candidate, or study one more thing about a ballot measure.
For those looking for more, we offer the following links.
The Spokesman-Review's Election Center, with information about the candidates and campaigns, and stories that have been published in the paper or online. (It's a shameless plug, but we're pretty proud of it.)
The Secretary of State's On-Line Voter Guide, with information on all statewide candidates and ballot measures, presidential candidates, judicial and legislative races.
The Spokane County Online Voter Guide, which also has information on local races, like Spokane County commissioner.
TVW's Video Voter's Guide is good for those who want to see their candidates in action.
The Living Voters Guide, a compilation of other groups' guides, offers information on the ballot measures. You can drill down to Spokane County issues.
Project Vote Smart's VoteEasy, which allows you to pick where you stand on 13 issues, and tells you which presidential and congressional candidates on your ballot are closest to your stance. It has six of eight presidential candidates on the Washington ballot (all six that are on the Idaho ballot); doesn't have the Socialist Workers Party or the Socialism and Liberation Party. But it's kind of fun to play with. Vote Smart has other candidate information accessible from its main page.
LIveVote asks you to enter your address, and it shows you what's on your ballot with links to candidate statements, some videos, and ballot measure information.
The Christian Coalition's State Voters Guide, can be dowloaded from this location. You'll be asked to provide a name and e-mail address.. Links to guides from other Christian organizations can be found here.
The Progressive Voters Guide, from FUSE, a coalition of liberal and progressive groups looks at the ballot measures, federal, state and legislative races.
The Freedom Foundation, a conservative group, offers up what it calls the Informed Voter's Guide.
The Washington Policy Center, a conservative business group, offers its take on the ballot measures.
The Washington Budget and Policy Center, a liberal group, has a different take on many of those measures.