Voter Apps to Help You on Election Day
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After months of campaigning it all comes down to Nov. 6 — election day. And whether you’re looking to share the excitement of Election Night, or an undecided voter looking for last-minute information before you head to the polls, there are smartphone apps to help.
CNN’s Karin Caifa got a few suggestions from the app review website Appolicious.
Into Now is a second-screen application that will allow you to interact with others while you’re watching election returns on Tuesday night.
Congress Plus will help you learn about literally every member of the senate and house of representatives — voting record, financiers, other legislative activity and contact information — which also extends to their Facebook, Twitter and YouTube presence
Settle It is a fun fact checker/game. It gives the 411 on which candidates and surrogates are telling the truth, sort of telling the truth and which ones have their pants on fire.
Beside apps, the website I Side With allows users to take a quiz to determine which candidate you most agree with according to the issues.
For polling information in Missouri and Kansas click here — then get out and vote!
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