Undecided on election issues? Here are some great resources.

By | October 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

If you’re not quite sure how you plan to vote on the three initiatives and two referenda on the ballot this year, there are some informative resources available for you to peruse.

First up, TVW’s Video Voters’ Guide. Listen to Tim Eyman tell you why he thinks you should vote for his tolling initiative — and then hear Doug MacDonald on why that’s inadvisable. All the initiatives and referenda are represented. For even more from supporters and opponents, read this summer’s series of Q&As on the initiatives right here.

Next, head to the Living Voters’ Guide. This online resource was put together by CityClub and the UW. On the interactive site, you can create a list of pros and cons for each issue — by choosing from an existing list or submitting your own — and decide where you stand. You can even save your opinions for future reference.

And, of course, don’t miss out on the Secretary of State’s Voters’ Guide, which is online and probably arriving at your doorstep soon.