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If you really wanted to know the presidential candidates' positions you'd sift through their voting records and read all the bills they've supported. But lawmakers themselves (even the ones who try) can't get through all that information. And every commentator has an agenda.

Enter convenient web tools for picking a candidate like the one by Matt Waterman (or this shorter WQAD Minnesota survey we found earlier). They strip away the rhetoric and "momentum" and keep the focus on the issues. We wouldn't suggest using these apps as your ultimate voting guide, but they don't call them "convenient" for nothing.

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