Frequently Asked Questions
Vote Ranker is free for all US voters.
Vote Ranker provides free, factual, unbiased information on candidates, elections and elected officials. Vote Ranker educates voters on the available candidates running for office and help them discover which candidates in their constituency they agree with on a range of issues. Voters will be able to search elections and browse the candidates' profile pages to find out more about them. The site will allow the voter to search and research candidates by office, party, political views, age, gender, state, county, poll ranking and more. Vote Ranker allows you to compare your positions with those of the candidates. Registered Voters can take a compatibility quiz and enter their position on each issue to discover which candidates in their constituency they agree with on a range of issues, or they can browse candidates' profile pages to find out more about them. The site automatically generates a compatibility score for each candidate based on their positions. Registered Voters can select their candidates of choice and put them into a pre-vote selection group. Voters can then score & rank candidates for their final ballot selection to view on their mobile device or print it and take it with them on election day. All of your information is protected and private. We never sell or provide names, addresses, or other contact information of any supporter or contributor to anyone, at any time, for any reason.
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The Vote Ranker compatibility engine automatically generates a base compatibility score for each candidate you select based on their positions and compares them to yours.
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