We vote on Tuesday, November 7, 2006. There’s so much chatter on the news about the candidates, but all I want is a simple one-page chart that shows where they stand on the issues.
So I made a chart with the issue stands of the candidates running for Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Comptroller, and Treasurer in Illinois at: https://www.spudart.org/2006/illinois-vote-issues-chart.html.
It’s not a complete list yet, please help me. If you have any additional endorsements, issue lists, or links please leave them in the comments below, and I’ll add them to the chart. Please help to make voting easy for everyone. Thank you.
thanks for doing this. This is the ONLY bit of decent information I have found to date on this election. Everything else is just a lot of slamming on both sides without any reference to the issues.
Great job. If only Blagojevich had answers on the issues. Does N/A mean he refuses to take a stance on these issues? If so I think that would negatively impact my opinion of him.
Glad you did this – my only suggestion to make it easier to read is to color code the support/oppose/NR so you can see it at a glance. Do you have any idea where I can get information like this about the congressional candidates?
You can download the entire The full version of the IFI 2006 General Election Voter Guide at: http://www.illinoisfamily.org/content/img/f29586/IFIVoterGuidebook.pdf Or if you just want to look at your Congressional District, go to: http://www.illinoisfamily.org/news/contentview.asp?c=33055
Non-partisan coalition trying to spread awareness of disability issues for this election and beyond. Help out? Thanks. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_cmsYWT5Ks
Here’s the judge endorsement chart in pdf format: http://www.voteforjudges.org/docs/Nov2006/2006_General_Election___Ballot_Position.pdf It’s from: http://www.voteforjudges.org
You know, in most countries, any kind of statistics concerning the elections are strictly forbidden before and during the elections, because they can influence the decision of certain voters.
Influence the decision of voters… as in actually having the people educated about the candidates and know who they are voting for? Arizona, do you see that as a problem? I certainly want to know EXACTLY who I’m voting for. I don’t vote based on hearsay, or who i think will win. I vote based on what that person stands for and what they will do in office.
People can easy be influenced by any kind of statistics because the level of life isn’t so good and they think in voting the majority will do a better choice