"If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be." - Thomas Jefferson

Wiki Voter Guide is a website that helps you research upcoming elections in the United States using Wikipedia. Why use Wikipedia for this purpose? On the one hand, Wikipedia can contain information that is incorrect or misleading, because it can be edited by anyone. However, we believe that Wikipedia can be a useful resource if it is used properly and read with a critical eye. Its openness and collaborative process enables people to work together to create objective documentation of a politican's positions and views, independent of any campaign or special interest. Also, the WikiTrust Browser Plugin makes it easier to identify and eliminate vandalism. You can read a detailed discussion of the philosophy and origins of this website by clicking here.

Click here to watch a 4 minute YouTube video introducing Wiki Voter Guide.

Warning: This web site is an experiment! You may encounter information here that is incorrect or misleading! Please read our guide on how to properly use this website before you proceed. Also, please consider installing the WikiTrust Browser Plugin.

Wiki Voter Guide needs your help. You may notice as you use this site that most political campaigns are not covered in Wikipedia. Anyone can contribute to making Wikipedia a more comprehensive and accurate resource. Click here for more information on how to chip in.

To continue using this website please enter your Zip+4 code so that we can look up your upcoming races. The website will not work if you just enter your 5 digit Zip code - you must enter your Zip+4 in order to give us enough granularity to accurately pull up your voting districts.

If you do not know your Zip+4 code, you can look it up at the U.S. Postal Service.

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