Richard Kimball Demonstrates Online Tools to Help Inform Voters

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Project Vote Smart’s FACTS MATTER TOUR is coming on Saturday, October 20th from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. to the Talbot County Free Library at 100 W. Dover St. in Easton.  There’s no need for confusion or failing to vote for lack of information anymore. Just in time for Maryland’s gubernatorial election, Project Vote Smart has included Easton, Maryland as one of only two stops in Maryland during its 50-state tour.

Richard Kimball, co-founder of the non-partisan Project Vote Smart, will demonstrate how to easily access the information you need to decide who deserves your vote, such as candidate biographies, their positions on key issues, where their money comes from, and who has endorsed them.

Vote Smart is dedicated to providing accurate, abundant, and relevant information on candidates, incumbents, and issues at no charge, while upholding the highest standards of accuracy, balance, and integrity of any information source of its kind.

Jeanne Halpin of the League of Women Voters of the Mid-Shore and Cristi Demowicz of Represent Maryland will also talk about preparing voters to be well-informed.

This non-partisan event is free,and participants will receive voter’s guides, online tools, and apps. This event is highly recommended for new and experienced voters of every affiliation.

For More Information Contact: Grace Soltis, grace4tr@outlook.com, (443) 385-0538

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