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Need more details to fill out your ballot? Here are some sources to help.

From staff reports

Need more details to fill out a ballot? Here are sources to help.

Below are some sources of information to help you make an informed choice on your ballot.

The League of Women Voters’ nonpartisan resource for election and voting information:

The Spokesman-Review’s election guide:

Northwest Passages, The Spokesman-Review’s book club, which holds candidate forums prior to elections:

The Washington Public Disclosure Commission, which compiles fundraising information for candidates:

The Federal Election Commission regulates campaign finance and compiles fundraising information for federal candidates:

The League of Women Voters of Washington:

The League of Women Voters (national):

The Center for Responsive Politics – nonpartisan site on money in U.S. elections:

Nonpartisan resource on trends in public opinion:

Nonpartisan resource for judicial elections in Washington state:

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