Voter Guides

  • 2012 General Election Voter Guide 2012 General Election Voter Guide

    Cornerstone’s 2012 Families First Voter Guide presents information that should help you choose the best pro-family candidates in your district. This guide compiles, to the greatest extent possible, the voting record of incumbent candidates, or for those candidates who are non-incumbents, their public statements. For state House and Senate races, the guide lists scores from the 2011-12 Cornerstone Scorecard, and for all races, the guide makes note of whether each candidate has signed and returned Cornerstone’s Families First Pledge.

  • 2012 Republican Primary Voter Guide 2012 Republican Primary Voter Guide

    Cornerstone’s 2012 Families First Voter Guide presents information that should help you choose the best conservative candidates in your district(s). The Guide compiles scores from the 2011-12 Cornerstone Scorecard (for incumbents only) and makes note of whether each candidate has signed and returned Cornerstone’s Families First Pledge.

    Note: In 2012, Cornerstone is only providing the Republican primary voter guide because, although invited to do so, not a single Democrat signed Cornerstone’s Families First Pledge. In addition, no Democrat scored higher than 40% on the Cornerstone 2011-12 Scorecard—a woefully inadequate score. Therefore, Cornerstone made the decision not to expend resources on compiling a Democratic primary voter guide. The upcoming General Election Voter Guide, however, will include all candidates for office.

  • 2008 General Election Voter Guide 2008 General Election Voter Guide
    Find candidate positions on major issues on all candidates for State House, State Senate, U.S. House, U.S Senate, and President.