We put together a list of guides to election information. Some are non-partisan, and some are WILPF recommendations.
First there is a great summary brochure with WILPF recommendations on one side and a non-partisan (actually, multi-partisan) list on the other, made by Nancy ABBEY. They were made to be printed back to back on legal sized (8.5 X 14) paper. But we printed some on 8 X 11, scaled down and rotated of course, and they were still fine, with glasses. 🙂 Feel free to print them and hand them out!
- The WILPF recommendations, as side one. This can be printed as 8×11 or 8×14 to match your second side choice. Or just as a handout alone.
- The multi-partisan recommendations on 8×14.
- The multi-partisan recommendations on 8×11.
Here’s a guide from the Campus Election Engagement Project that shows the 2 main-stream party candidates’ positions on issues. It has a link to their website where they list the issues and have the 4 main party candidates’ stances.
And there’s a lot of good information at https://votesmart.org/ but you have to put up with music when it first comes on, and you have to dig for the information.
Good luck to us all!