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November 06, 2006

Smart Answers Lead to Smart Voting

Even if your only outside link to the world was your mailbox, by this time you'd still be awash in (mostly biased) election information: candidates, propositions, polling places and more. And of course there are all the latest scandals that just happen to drop just before the big day. Don't you wish you had one reliable source where you could find all the Election Day info you needed? Ahem.

Try this on for size:

Just type in "election" into Ask.com. You'll get a Smart Answer that points you to practically everything you need to know about this year's elections.

And see that pull-down menu labeled "Voter Info by State"?

That's your Smart Answer gateway to all the local voter resources you'll need.

Looking to delve even deeper into the issues? Our Director of Online Information Resources, Gary Price, has rounded up some sites where you can do some serious research.

So if you want to make the best-informed decision possible--or just figure out how to get there before the polls close--turn to Ask.com. We'll point you to the facts. After that it's up to you.

And if you're reading this on November 7, what are you doing sitting at your computer? Go out there and vote!

--The Ask.com team.

P.S. Seriously. Go vote.

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