Understanding how to Vote

United States
October 25, 2006 6:27pm CST
I have been able to vote for sometime now and I read those booklets that come out about elections. However, I still don't understand what a lot of the issues are say. Does anybody have any suggestions on how to find simple, unbias, facts about propositions?? How do you feel about the wording of these propositions?
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@sedel1027 (17851)
• United States
25 Oct 06
I don't have problems with the wording of the issues on the ballot. The best place ot get all of the information is in your local newspaper. Usually a few days before the event the newspaper will run a broken down version of all o fthe issues. They may advise you on what to vote for, but they will not mislead you as to what the propositions say.