Researching your ballotby Tom Crann, Minnesota Public Radio
St. Paul, Minn. — You may have made up your mind about whom to vote for for President, for Congress and even the constitutional amendment. But how about the state Supreme Court? Or your county commission? Do you know who you want to elect to your local Soil and Water Conservation District?
If you're still doing your research, there are a lot of places to find information about the candidates further down the ballot. But the League of Women Voters in Minnesota has tried to create a one-stop shop for voters by compiling every race and ballot issue into an online Voter Guide 2008. The Web version includes information about candidates from the Presidential race all the way to local Soil and Water Conservation officers. The League's telephone Hotline 1-800-555-8227.
League of Women Voters, Minnesota executive director Keesha Gaskins joined Tom Crann to talk about how voters can research their ballot.
- All Things Considered, 11/03/2008, 4:51 p.m.