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Vote Easy web tool includes six Presidential candidates

If you are an undecided voter, or an independent that wants more choices besides President Barack Obama or Republican Mitt Romney, a tool is available for you.

What does Rocky Anderson, Virgil Goode, Gary Johnson and Jill Stein have in common with President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney? They are all running in the November elections to become the next United States president.

Project Vote Smart has set up a web tool, Vote Easy, identifying all presidential candidates, their respective parties, public records and views on top issues. Voters can go online, answer a questionnaire and compare it to the candidates’ answers to see how compatible they are with the candidates’ views.

The questionnaire has 13 questions on topics such as abortion, Afghanistan, budget, economy, education, energy, environment, guns, health care, immigration, marriage, national security and social security.

Read the whole article at The Garden Island: Rocky who? And what about Virgil, Gary, Jill?

Visit to access the Vote Easy tool.

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Austin Battenberg

Austin Battenberg was born and raised as a Californian. After living for several years in Virginia, Austin now lives in El Dorado, California with his wife and son. A strong believer in individual rights and the non-aggression principle.


  1. Denny O'Brien Denny O'Brien October 1, 2012

    i will either vote for obama or jill stiems or virgil goode but i will not vote for mitt romney a liar and a traiter to the usa.

  2. Austin Battenberg Austin Battenberg Post author | September 29, 2012

    What is interesting about that website is that it includes senate and house races as well, and has very detailed information about all candidates. I find this pretty cool.

    What I find disapointing is that the candidates can fill out a questionerre and if they do it says they “show courage” and if they don’t it says they “lack courage”. Why did Gary Johnson not follow through on this?

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