Voting? A little info, please!

Sick of the ads yet? If you get your candidate information from those 30-second scathing attack ads or pieces of paper dangling from your front door, may I suggest a more informed source?

You see, in my state voters are called to go to the polls tomorrow to select their candidate in Wisconsin’s primary election. Some of you had your primaries, and all of us will be asked to vote in November.

I can tell you that there is nothing more frustrating that going to the polling places and seeing names of people in your district that you’ve never heard of. Or perhaps the only thing you have heard is how rotten the other guy (or gal) is.

So has a public service, here’s a non-partisan way to find out who’s on your ballot, and what they stand for. No attacks–just the facts:

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