Don’t be misled by imitation voters' guides. Some "pro" or "con" political groups sometimes print out promotions for their specific interest, and they can look official.
Betsy Pratt with the League of Women Voters says they produce a guide for every election that has all the ballot measures described in simple language and candidates goals simply stated in a non-partisan fashion.
Pratt says the booklet is not only in paper form: "The other source that we've got is an online version called "vote 411.org". And that's an even more powerful tool that anybody can access from their home computer. They type in that address: vote411.org; punch a few buttons, type in their address and they can look at the candidates credentials and the ballot measures that they're facing."
Pratt says the League of Women Voters is a non-profit, nonpartisan group that produces the guide with funding from communities and individuals.