4:58 PM EDT, October 3, 2012
It looks more like a high tech video game with music, pop-ups and drop-in graphics.
But, it's actually a tool to keep you informed about your candidates as you head to the polls.
"Primarily we're covering 6-categories of data on all elected officials and candidates. We're covering their issues positions, their public statements and speeches, their voting records and their biographies," explains Development and Communications Director Carly Griffin, of Project Vote Smart.
The website is from Project Vote Smart - an independent organization that's been operating since the early 90's. It started by former Democratic President Jimmy Carter and Former Republican President Gerald Ford.
Says Griffin, "We are a non-partisan, non-profit and for our board, everyone on the board must joins with a political opposite."
Inside the site, background information on the candidates and the Vote Easy tool.
That's where users can find candidates from every state running for General Assembly, Congress and the Presidency.
"They would then click on issue areas seen above the candidate yard signs covering issue areas such as abortion, social security, immigration, things of that nature," explains Griffin.
The idea, to find the candidate you feel is the best fit for you.
"We are not telling people who to vote for, just trying to help them not get duped in this election," Griffin explains.
When Project Vote Smart first started, candidates would respond to polls and questions.
Organizers say as the years have gone on, they're less responsive.
So researchers now look at voting records, public speeches and positions on various issues to come up with some of the profiles
To learn more about Project Vote Smart and the VoteEasy feature, click here.
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