As voters prepare to go to the polls in a couple of weeks, it’s crucially important that they have information needed to make decisions on candidates and propositions. There are a lot of factors that go into casting a ballot. Decisions are made based on personal and often private reasons informed by context and relevance. Recently, making decisions has become more difficult by an accelerated news cycle and the phenomenon of “fake news.” And in the end, the individual needs to process what is real and what is not, and what is important and what is not, often coming down to going with their gut.
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