New Site Informs Voters About Candidates' Sentiments

A new web site dedicated to informing those interested in the nation's small businesses attempts to provide information about candidates running this year for Senate and House seats. The site, www.smallbusinessvotes.org, provides a state by state listing of every Congressional candidate, information regarding whether the candidate is an incumbent or has held a different office, and the small business voting record of the candidate.

Candidates from all parties are represented in this listing, including Reform, Libertarian, and Independent.

The site also provides on line voter registration for all 50 states as well as an opportunity to request absentee ballots.


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