Fulton County Voter Guide: June 9, 2020

You may be slightly confused about the constant-evolving nature of Georgia’s June 9th election. Don’t worry––we have you covered! Keep reading to learn everything you need to know to protect your right to vote: the WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, and HOW (we assume you already understand the importance of WHY).

Still have questions? Give Matthew a call at 678-631-8820.

WHEN

Mark your calendar! The first thing you need to know are your deadlines. Below are the key dates for Georgia’s June 9th election.

  • Monday, May 11, 2020––Voter registration deadline
  • Monday, May 18, 2020––Early in-person voting begins
  • Tuesday, June 9, 2020––Election Day

Check your voter registration: https://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov


HOW & WHERE

Because of COVID-19, you have even more ways to cast your ballot than normal. Although all Georgians are strongly urged to vote by absentee ballot either via mail or drop-box (keep reading), you can decide which manner of voting is right for you.

If you do decide to vote in-person either early or on Election Day, please heed CDC guidance by wearing a cloth face mask, observing 6-feet social distancing while around others, and using hand sanitizer before and after touching common surfaces.

You have three ways to vote:

(1) Absentee/Paper Ballot

Voting by absentee/paper ballot is a 3-step process. First, you have to request an absentee ballot be mailed to you. In April, all 6.9 million “active” Georgia voters were mailed an absentee ballot application by the Secretary of State. If you have completed this application and returned it to the Fulton County Election Board, you will be mailed an absentee ballot. If not, you can request an absentee ballot here.

Once you receive your absentee ballot, you’ll need to mark your selections and secure the ballot in the envelope/mailing sleeve provided with the ballot. Keep reading for information about each candidate and referendum item on your ballot.

Finally, you’ll need to return your ballot to the Fulton Board of Elections Office no later than Election Day. You can do this two different ways.

  • Via Mail: Place your ballot in the mail, ensuring that you’ve attached sufficient postage and allowed enough time for your ballot to reach the Board of Elections no later than Election Day (allow at least 3-4 days to be safe).
  • Via Drop box: In response to COVID-19, the State Elections Board recently approved a new rule to allow voters to physically return their ballots to the County Board of Elections by placing it in a drop box so as to avoid person-to-person contact (and without having to pay for postage to return it via mail). You must return your ballot no later than Election Day for it to be counted.
    • Fulton County has not yet posted information about drop-box availability. Once they do, I will post further information here.

(2) In-person Early Voting (starting May 18, 2020)

Starting Monday, May 18th, you may cast your vote in-person at any of the early voting polling sites available throughout Fulton County.

The full list of early voting sites and times is available here.

(3) Election-Day Voting (June 9, 2020)

On Election Day (Tuesday, June 9th), polls will be open from 7a–7p. Unlike for early voting, on Election Day, you may only cast your ballot at your specific polling location.

Find your polling location here.


WHO & WHAT

As you make your plan to vote in the June 9th election, you need to keep this in mind: it’s actually two elections wrapped into one. If you’ll remember, right as COVID-19 caused Georgia to shut down, we were in the middle of early voting for the March 24th Presidential Preference Primary (which also included local races and ballot measures). Now, we have combined that election with the primary election that was originally scheduled for May 19th. Depending on whether you were able to vote in the March 24th election before it was suspended, your June 9th ballot may actually be two ballots in one.

The races I’ve listed below cover multiple districts within House District 80. Some races may not appear on your ballot, based on where you live. Download your personalized sample ballot here.

>If you have already voted in the March 24th election:

…you will only receive the ballot for the general election primary (originally scheduled for May 19th). Below are the races that you will see on your ballot, along with helpful resources to help you make your picks. I have only listed races below that are CONTESTED. To see a full list of all races on your ballot, visit the Secretary of State’s website using the link above.

[CONTESTED] PARTISAN BALLOT RACES

  • U.S. Senate (seat held by David Perdue)
    • FORUM: Watch a recent forum with the Democratic candidates hosted by DeKalb County Democrats here.
    • DEBATE: Watch the recent Atlanta Press Club debate between the Democratic candidates here.
    • REPUBLICAN BALLOT:
      • David A. Perdue (Incumbent) – website
    • DEMOCRATIC BALLOT:
  • Public Service Commissioner (to succeed Lauren Bubba McDonald, Jr.)
    • DEBATE: Watch the recent Atlanta Press Club debate between the Democratic candidates here.
    • REPUBLICAN BALLOT:
      • Lauren Bubba McDonald, Jr. (Incumbent) – website
    • DEMOCRATIC BALLOT:
  • U.S. Representative, District 5
  • U.S. Representative, District 6
    • DEBATE: Watch the recent Atlanta Press Club debate between the Republican candidates here.
  • Fulton County District Attorney
    • REPUBLICAN BALLOT:
      • None
    • DEMOCRATIC BALLOT:
      • Paul Howard (Incumbent) – website
        • Mr. Howard has served as Fulton County District Attorney since January 1997, making history as the first African-American district attorney in Georgia. He spent four years as Fulton County Solicitor General prior to that and was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 1976.
        • ETHICS COMPLAINT: Last month, the State Ethics Commission filed a 12-count complaint against Mr. Howard, accusing him of failing to report supplemental salary income he received in his role as District Attorney for at least four years. The case is pending.
        • GBI INVESTIGATION: On May 4th, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, at the request of Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr, opened a formal investigation into Mr. Howard’s use of nonprofit funds to supplement his salary.
        • SEXUAL-HARASSMENT CHARGES: At least two women have publicly charged Mr. Howard with claims of sexual harassment and retaliation, all denied by Mr. Howard. An investigation by Fulton County found the charges meritless, but at least one accuser has filed a federal lawsuit against Mr. Howard.
      • Christian Wise Smith – website
        • Mr. Smith is a former prosecutor for Fulton County for nearly 1.5 years and was an assistant solicitor for Atlanta Municipal Court for five years prior to that. He was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2012.
      • Fani Willis – website
        • Ms. Willis is the former Chief Municipal Judge for the new city of South Fulton; a position she resigned to run for DA. She is a former prosecutor for Fulton County, where she served for 16 years. Most recently, she was supervisor for the DA’s trial division, where she prosecuted some of the county’s biggest cases, including the Atlanta Public Schools’ cheating scandal. She is in private practice now and was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 1996. Ms. Willis ran unsuccessfully for Fulton County Superior Court judge in 2018.
  • Fulton County Sheriff
    • REPUBLICAN BALLOT:
      • None
    • DEMOCRATIC BALLOT:
      • Walter M. Calloway – website
        • Mr. Calloway ran unsuccessfully for Fulton County Sheriff in 2016.
      • Myron Freeman – website
      • Theodore “Ted” Jackson (Incumbent) – website
        • Sheriff Jackson was first elected in 2008 and was re-elected in 2012 and 2016. Prior to being elected Sheriff, he spent 32 years with the FBI.
        • Q&A: You can read Sheriff Jackson’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
      • Patrick “Pat” Labat – website
        • Mr. Labat is the retired Chief of the City of Atlanta Department of Corrections, a post he held for 10 years.
        • Q&A: You can read Chief Labat’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
        • Q&A: You can listen to Chief Labat’s recent interview with Rashad Richey of radio station WAOK here.
      • Charles D. Rambo – website
        • Mr. Rambo is a retired lieutenant of the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office. He has run unsuccessfully for Fulton County Sheriff four times, most recently in 2016.
        • Q&A: You can read Mr. Rambo’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
  • Political Party Questions
    • REPUBLICAN BALLOT:
      1. Should Georgia lawmakers expand educational options by allowing a student’s state education dollars to follow to the school that best fits their needs, whether that is public, private, magnet, charter, virtual, or homeschool?
      2. Should voting in the Republican primary be limited to voters who have registered as Republicans?
      3. Should candidates for Board of Education be required to declare their political party?
    • DEMOCRATIC BALLOT:
      1. Should Georgians work to stop climate change and listen to the scientific community, which recommends immediate action to combat this serious threat to our planet?
      2. Should Georgia enact basic standards to protect our environment from wasteful plastic items that pollute our state?
      3. Should every eligible Georgian be allowed to register to vote on Election Day to make sure everyone can exercise their right to vote?
      4. Should Georgia take partisanship out of the redistricting process and have an independent commission draw district lines instead of politicians?
      5. Should our criminal justice system end the discriminatory cash bail system that allows the wealthy to buy their way out of jail while disadvantaging lower-income Georgians?
      6. Should every Georgian that has served their sentence for a crime they committed be allowed to have their voting rights restored?

[CONTESTED] NON-PARTISAN BALLOT RACES

  • Supreme Court of Georgia, Justice (seat held by Charlie Bethel)
    • Elizabeth “Beth” Beskin – website
      • Ms. Beskin is the former State Representative for District 54.
    • Charlie Bethel (Incumbent)website
      • I have endorsed Justice Bethel for re-election.
  • Supreme Court of Georgia, Justice (seat held by Sarah Warren)
    • Hal Moroz – website
    • Sarah Hawkins Warren (Incumbent)website
      • I have endorsed Justice Warren for re-election.
  • Atlanta Judicial Circuit Superior Court, Judge (seat held by Rachelle Carnesale)
    • Rachelle Carnesale (Incumbent) – website
      • Judge Carnesale was appointed to the bench by Gov. Kemp in June 2019 following the retirement of Judge Gail Tusan. Prior to being appointed, Ms. Carnesale served as the Chief Assistant District Attorney in the Blue Ridge Judicial Circuit. She was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 1992.
    • Tiffany Carter Sellers – website
  • Atlanta Judicial Circuit Superior Court, Judge (seat held by Rebecca Crumrine Rieder)
    • Rebecca Crumrine Rieder (Incumbent) – website
      • Judge Rieder was appointed to the bench in November 2018 by Gov. Nathan Deal following the retirement of Judge Doris Downs. Prior to joining the bench, Ms. Rieder worked in private law practice. She is a former classroom teacher, who was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2001.
      • Q&A: You can read Judge Rieder’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
    • Shermela Williams – website
      • Ms. Williams is an attorney in private practice. She was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2011.
      • Q&A: You can read Ms. Williams’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
  • Atlanta Judicial Circuit Superior Court, Judge (to succeed Constance C. Russell)
    • Melynee Leftridge Harris – website
      • Judge Harris has served as a full-time magistrate judge in Fulton County since 2010. Prior to that, she served as a part-time magistrate judge for three years. She was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 1991.
      • Q&A: You can read Judge Harris’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
    • Tamika Hrobowski–Houston – website
      • Ms. Hrobowski–Houston is a former prosecutor who has served as a judicial officer since 2016 for the Fulton County Superior Court Family Division. She was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2001.
    • Lizz Kuhn – website
      • Ms. Kuhn is an attorney in private practice. She was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2005.
      • Q&A: You can read Ms. Kuhn’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
    • Ashley Baker Osby – website
      • Judge Osby has served as a magistrate judge for Atlanta since 2017. She was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2003.
      • Q&A: You can read Judge Osby’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
  • Fulton County Probate Court, Judge (to succeed Pinkie T. Toomer)
    • Tim Curtin – website
      • Mr. Curtin runs a private law practice in Atlanta. He was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 1993.
      • Q&A: You can read Mr. Curtin’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
    • Kenya Marie Johnson – website
      • Ms. Johnson is the Chief Deputy Solicitor (prosecutor in State Court) for Fulton County. She was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2000.
      • Q&A: You can read Ms. Johnson’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
    • Diane Weinberg – website
      • Ms. Weinberg is in private law practice and was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2000.
      • Q&A: You can read Ms. Weinberg’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
  • Fulton County School Board, District 3
    • Gail Dean (Incumbent) – website
      • Ms. Dean was elected to the Fulton County School Board in 2000 and is a retired business owner.
      • Q&A: You can read Ms. Dean’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
    • Jimmy Glenn – website
      • Mr. Glenn is President of Southprop, Inc., a commercial real-estate investment company.
      • Q&A: You can read Mr. Glenn’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.

>If you have NOT already voted in the March 24th election:

…you will receive two ballots in one (March 24th Presidential Preference Primary + May 19th general election primary). Below are the races from both prior ballots that you will see on your June 9th ballot, along with resources to help you make your picks. I have only listed races below that are CONTESTED. To see a full list of all races on your ballot, visit the Secretary of State’s website using the link above.

  • U.S. Presidential Preference Primary
    • REPUBLICAN BALLOT:
      • Donald J. Trump (Incumbent) – website
    • DEMOCRATIC BALLOT:
      • Joseph R. Bidenwebsite
        • I have endorsed former Vice President Biden.
      • The following, who will all appear on your June 9th ballot, have each suspended their campaigns and endorsed former Vice President Biden:
        • Michael Bennet
        • Michael R. Bloomberg
        • Pete Buttigieg
        • John K. Delaney
        • Tulsi Gabbard
        • Amy Klobuchar
        • Deval Patrick
        • Bernie Sanders
        • Tom Steyer
        • Elizabeth Warren
        • Andrew Yang
  • CITY OF ATLANTA REFERENDUM: Municipal Option Sales Tax (MOST)
    • This will only appear on your ballot if you live in the City of Atlanta.
    • BALLOT QUESTION:
      • Shall a special 1 percent sales and use tax be reimposed in the City of Atlanta for a period of time not to exceed 16 calendar quarters and for the raising of not more than Seven Hundred Fifty Million Dollars and Zero Cents ($750,000,000.00) for the purpose of funding water and sewer projects and costs?
    • BACKGROUND:
      • This referendum is to decide whether to reauthorize the 1-cent tax that applies to most goods purchased in the City of Atlanta. These funds allow visitors and business people who use the City’s water and sewer infrastructure but do not pay City water/sewer bills to help pay for upgrading and maintenance of the infrastructure. This is NOT a new tax; it is the reauthorization of an existing tax.
      • A 1% City of Atlanta Municipal Option Sales Tax (MOST) is imposed inside the City of Atlanta limits. MOST generally applies to all retail sales of tangible personal property delivered to customers within the city limits of Atlanta and retail sales of taxable services performed within the city limits of Atlanta. MOST does not apply to motor vehicles, even if a motor vehicle is otherwise subject to sales tax.
      • The MOST was initially approved on July 20, 2004, and reauthorized by voters in 2008 by a 3-1 margin. From 2004 through 2010, it provided more than $700 million to help ensure Atlantans a future of clean, safe drinking water and environmentally sound wastewater treatment.
      • You can read more about the history of Atlanta’s MOST and how the revenues have been used here.

[CONTESTED] PARTISAN BALLOT RACES

  • U.S. Senate (seat held by David Perdue)
    • FORUM: Watch a recent forum with the Democratic candidates hosted by DeKalb County Democrats here.
    • DEBATE: Watch the recent Atlanta Press Club debate between the Democratic candidates here.
    • REPUBLICAN BALLOT:
      • David A. Perdue (Incumbent) – website
    • DEMOCRATIC BALLOT:
  • Public Service Commissioner (to succeed Lauren Bubba McDonald, Jr.)
    • DEBATE: Watch the recent Atlanta Press Club debate between the Democratic candidates here.
    • REPUBLICAN BALLOT:
      • Lauren Bubba McDonald, Jr. (Incumbent) – website
    • DEMOCRATIC BALLOT:
  • U.S. Representative, District 5
  • U.S. Representative, District 6
    • DEBATE: Watch the recent Atlanta Press Club debate between the Republican candidates here.
  • Fulton County District Attorney
    • REPUBLICAN BALLOT:
      • None
    • DEMOCRATIC BALLOT:
      • Paul Howard (Incumbent) – website
        • Mr. Howard has served as Fulton County District Attorney since January 1997, making history as the first African-American district attorney in Georgia. He spent four years as Fulton County Solicitor General prior to that and was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 1976.
        • ETHICS COMPLAINT: Last month, the State Ethics Commission filed a 12-count complaint against Mr. Howard, accusing him of failing to report supplemental salary income he received in his role as District Attorney for at least four years. The case is pending.
        • GBI INVESTIGATION: On May 4th, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, at the request of Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr, opened a formal investigation into Mr. Howard’s use of nonprofit funds to supplement his salary.
        • SEXUAL-HARASSMENT CHARGES: At least two women have publicly charged Mr. Howard with claims of sexual harassment and retaliation, all denied by Mr. Howard. An investigation by Fulton County found the charges meritless, but at least one accuser has filed a federal lawsuit against Mr. Howard.
      • Christian Wise Smith – website
        • Mr. Smith is a former prosecutor for Fulton County for nearly 1.5 years and was an assistant solicitor for Atlanta Municipal Court for five years prior to that. He was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2012.
      • Fani Willis – website
        • Ms. Willis is the former Chief Municipal Judge for the new city of South Fulton; a position she resigned to run for DA. She is a former prosecutor for Fulton County, where she served for 16 years. Most recently, she was supervisor for the DA’s trial division, where she prosecuted some of the county’s biggest cases, including the Atlanta Public Schools’ cheating scandal. She is in private practice now and was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 1996. Ms. Willis ran unsuccessfully for Fulton County Superior Court judge in 2018.
  • Fulton County Sheriff
    • REPUBLICAN BALLOT:
      • None
    • DEMOCRATIC BALLOT:
      • Walter M. Calloway – website
        • Mr. Calloway ran unsuccessfully for Fulton County Sheriff in 2016.
      • Myron Freeman – website
      • Theodore “Ted” Jackson (Incumbent) – website
        • Sheriff Jackson was first elected in 2008 and was re-elected in 2012 and 2016. Prior to being elected Sheriff, he spent 32 years with the FBI.
        • Q&A: You can read Sheriff Jackson’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
      • Patrick “Pat” Labat – website
        • Mr. Labat is the retired Chief of the City of Atlanta Department of Corrections, a post he held for 10 years.
        • Q&A: You can read Chief Labat’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
        • Q&A: You can listen to Chief Labat’s recent interview with Rashad Richey of radio station WAOK here.
      • Charles D. Rambo – website
        • Mr. Rambo is a retired lieutenant of the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office. He has run unsuccessfully for Fulton County Sheriff four times, most recently in 2016.
        • Q&A: You can read Mr. Rambo’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
  • Political Party Questions
    • REPUBLICAN BALLOT:
      1. Should Georgia lawmakers expand educational options by allowing a student’s state education dollars to follow to the school that best fits their needs, whether that is public, private, magnet, charter, virtual, or homeschool?
      2. Should voting in the Republican primary be limited to voters who have registered as Republicans?
      3. Should candidates for Board of Education be required to declare their political party?
    • DEMOCRATIC BALLOT:
      1. Should Georgians work to stop climate change and listen to the scientific community, which recommends immediate action to combat this serious threat to our planet?
      2. Should Georgia enact basic standards to protect our environment from wasteful plastic items that pollute our state?
      3. Should every eligible Georgian be allowed to register to vote on Election Day to make sure everyone can exercise their right to vote?
      4. Should Georgia take partisanship out of the redistricting process and have an independent commission draw district lines instead of politicians?
      5. Should our criminal justice system end the discriminatory cash bail system that allows the wealthy to buy their way out of jail while disadvantaging lower-income Georgians?
      6. Should every Georgian that has served their sentence for a crime they committed be allowed to have their voting rights restored?

[CONTESTED] NON-PARTISAN BALLOT RACES

  • Supreme Court of Georgia, Justice (seat held by Charlie Bethel)
    • Elizabeth “Beth” Beskin – website
      • Ms. Beskin is the former State Representative for District 54.
    • Charlie Bethel (Incumbent)website
      • I have endorsed Justice Bethel for re-election.
  • Supreme Court of Georgia, Justice (seat held by Sarah Warren)
    • Hal Moroz – website
    • Sarah Hawkins Warren (Incumbent)website
      • I have endorsed Justice Warren for re-election.
  • Atlanta Judicial Circuit Superior Court, Judge (seat held by Rachelle Carnesale)
    • Rachelle Carnesale (Incumbent) – website
      • Judge Carnesale was appointed to the bench by Gov. Kemp in June 2019 following the retirement of Judge Gail Tusan. Prior to being appointed, Ms. Carnesale served as the Chief Assistant District Attorney in the Blue Ridge Judicial Circuit. She was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 1992.
    • Tiffany Carter Sellers – website
  • Atlanta Judicial Circuit Superior Court, Judge (seat held by Rebecca Crumrine Rieder)
    • Rebecca Crumrine Rieder (Incumbent) – website
      • Judge Rieder was appointed to the bench in November 2018 by Gov. Nathan Deal following the retirement of Judge Doris Downs. Prior to joining the bench, Ms. Rieder worked in private law practice. She is a former classroom teacher, who was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2001.
      • Q&A: You can read Judge Rieder’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
    • Shermela Williams – website
      • Ms. Williams is an attorney in private practice. She was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2011.
      • Q&A: You can read Ms. Williams’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
  • Atlanta Judicial Circuit Superior Court, Judge (to succeed Constance C. Russell)
    • Melynee Leftridge Harris – website
      • Judge Harris has served as a full-time magistrate judge in Fulton County since 2010. Prior to that, she served as a part-time magistrate judge for three years. She was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 1991.
      • Q&A: You can read Judge Harris’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
    • Tamika Hrobowski–Houston – website
      • Ms. Hrobowski–Houston is a former prosecutor who has served as a judicial officer since 2016 for the Fulton County Superior Court Family Division. She was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2001.
    • Lizz Kuhn – website
      • Ms. Kuhn is an attorney in private practice. She was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2005.
      • Q&A: You can read Ms. Kuhn’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
    • Ashley Baker Osby – website
      • Judge Osby has served as a magistrate judge for Atlanta since 2017. She was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2003.
      • Q&A: You can read Judge Osby’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
  • Fulton County Probate Court, Judge (to succeed Pinkie T. Toomer)
    • Tim Curtin – website
      • Mr. Curtin runs a private law practice in Atlanta. He was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 1993.
      • Q&A: You can read Mr. Curtin’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
    • Kenya Marie Johnson – website
      • Ms. Johnson is the Chief Deputy Solicitor (prosecutor in State Court) for Fulton County. She was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2000.
      • Q&A: You can read Ms. Johnson’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
    • Diane Weinberg – website
      • Ms. Weinberg is in private law practice and was first admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2000.
      • Q&A: You can read Ms. Weinberg’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
  • Fulton County School Board, District 3
    • Gail Dean (Incumbent) – website
      • Ms. Dean was elected to the Fulton County School Board in 2000 and is a retired business owner.
      • Q&A: You can read Ms. Dean’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.
    • Jimmy Glenn – website
      • Mr. Glenn is President of Southprop, Inc., a commercial real-estate investment company.
      • Q&A: You can read Mr. Glenn’s responses in the Reporter Newspaper Voter Guide here.