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Help for making your decisions in the voting booth
Posted at 4:00 PM on November 2, 2006 by Bill Wareham
If you're heading into Tuesday's general election undecided on any races from the U.S. Senate to your state representative, let me remind you that we have plenty of information at mpr.org to help you out.
A great starting point is the Campaign 2006 home page. Start there and navigate your way to political junkie bliss. Tons of stories on the candidates, debates, issues, polls, including stuff you wouldn't have heard on the radio.
If you want to take a more direct route to some of our voter education features, Select-a-Candidate is available here; our Legislative Voters Guide provides info on all state House and Senate races - you don't even have to know your legislative district, just your zip code.