The following links are very important to me and should be important to any voter. Promises can be made by any candidate in any office and later be broken. I have found that to properly identify where politicians stand on the issues, it is important to know their voting record in addition to the verbiage of the bills they have introduced.
LibertyCandidates.com – where you will find a guide to Liberty Candidates across the nation.
Are you in my district? Check the Michigan Secretary of State web site to see if I’m on your ballot.
The Library of Congress should be any voter’s essential tool for discovering a federal candidates voting record. In other words, did they vote in-line with their promises?
Look for a bill’s summary and status using the Library of Congress search engine.
Three perfect examples of how a bill should be written and proposed: The Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2009 is only three pages long. The American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2009 is only seven pages long. The Federal Reserve Board Abolition Act is only four pages long.