This non-partisan Voter’s Guide presents comprehensive information on the voting records and stated positions on GLBT issues of the candidates in the November 4, 2008 election, including the Presidential, Senate and Congressional races.
Be an informed voter, and whatever your choice, make your voice heard November 4. There are now extended hours for absentee voting in Loudoun County; you can vote absentee in person through Saturday, November 1. Applications for an absentee ballot by mail must be received by Tuesday October 28. For further information, see the Loudoun County General Registrar website.
The guide is sponsored by the following regional GLBT community and advocacy organizations:
- Equality Prince William
- Equality Fairfax
- Equality Loudoun
- Arlington Gay and Lesbian Association
- Alexandria Gay and Lesbian Community Association
The organizations sponsoring this guide are non-profit in nature. The information provided here is factual and does not imply endorsement by the organizations (unless stated). It is provided to assist our members in conducting their own research. It is our hope that it will aid members in arriving at meaningful, intelligent decisions, based on voting records and publicly stated positions on issues of import to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and allied communities.
Extra big thanks for producing this go to Brian Pace of Equality Prince William.