Two News & Review Newspapers Partner with eVoter

april 22, 2010  08:28 am
SACRAMENTO, CA / CHICO, CA -- Sacramento News & Review and the Chico News & Review today announced a partnership with eVoter, a website that connects Sacramento and Chico voters to polling place locations, election information, candidate profiles and endorsements prior to California's Primary Election on June 8.

eVoter is a non-partisan website that allows voters to interact directly with candidates and access accurate, up-to-date information to make informed decisions on Election Day. From statewide races all the way down to local county and municipal races, eVoter provides voters with a list of every candidate on their ballots.

The Sacramento News & Review and the Chico News & Review now offer an online web tool that directs voters to personalized ballot information powered by eVoter.

"We're pleased to announce this partnership with Sacramento's and Chico's leading alternative news sources," said Adam Kravitz, CEO of eVoter. "This step will allow us to reach even more voters in Northern California."

"Our readership is involved and interested in local and state politics," said Deborah Redmond of the News & Review. "eVoter will provide information about local candidates and their positions in an easy-to-use format."

In order to connect with motivated voters, candidates can purchase an online profile on eVoter and organizations can publicize their endorsements to voters at a low cost.

Candidates or endorsing organizations that are interested in creating a profile should visit or and click on "Visit" in the eVoter search box or call 866-976-0555.

eVoter is the unbiased, non-partisan election information site where voters can generate a personalized sample ballot instantly, view candidate profiles, make contributions, view organizational endorsements, find polling places, request absentee ballot applications, and more. Owned and operated by Political Technologies LLC, eVoter is designed with the goal of providing voters with concise unbiased information on every candidate and measure on their ballot.

The Chico News & Review (since 1977), Sacramento News & Review (since 1989) and Reno News & Review (since 1995) provide their communities with a lively mixture of local news, features and entertainment and an opportunity to hear a diverse range of voices and viewpoints.