We explored the Internet to find what we believe to be non-partisan and non-biased sources of information readily available to the voting public. To read more about the sites listed here and learn about making your voice heard, get your copy of One Vote from one of our retail partners or sign the pledge and receive a free e-book copy of One Vote. – Ben Carson, MD

Constitution

constitution

See how the founders limited the power of the Government.

GovTrack.us

govtrack

Find out about who your representatives are and how they rate.

VoteSmart.org

votesmart2

Research candidates and see how their positions match up with yours. Additionally, find information regarding both national and state elections, including any referendums or initiatives on the ballots.

Senate.gov

senate

Find and contact with your representative in the Senate.

House.gov

house

Find and contact with your representative in the House.

USA.gov

usagov

Find out how to register to vote or change your voting information.

iCivics.org

icivics

Teach civics to your children or refresh your understanding of how our system of government works.

FixTheDebt.org

fixtthedebt

Learn about a bipartisan approach to fixing the US debt.