Those of you who TiVo, and fast-forward through the commercials (and avoid watching the news) may not yet be aware there is an important election happening in the U.S.. Most everyone else is probably sick of it. But maybe you still with to fulfil your civic responsibility (and enjoy the priviledge that comes with Amercan citizenship) by voting responsibly in the election. If so, how to you research and study to know who is who, what they stand for? Even if you're a party-line voter, which way to vote on which state questions? It can be a daunting task!
Fortunately, there are some resources online that can help.
In your own state, you can search want to use your favorite search engine, and search for Oklahoma 2010 Election Guide and Oklahoma 2o10 Voter Guide (replace "Oklahoma with the name of your state, obviously). Here are some multi-state guides that focus on specific issues (I'd love to hear your suggestions, as well).
Jennifer Pointer (e-mail) is in Tulsa, OK. She promotes a simple, a low-tech approach to effective online profile management, search engine optimization and social networking.