The Democratic Party of each state, and sometimes for counties and cities as well, publishes a voter's guide for upcoming elections. During national United States elections, the Democratic National Committee publishes voter guides for the country. Voter's guides are typically published by the Democratic Party online.
Voter's guides can vary in materials. Typically, voter's guides include the date of a given election as well as a list of voting locations, their addresses and their contact information. The voter's guides also include the offices and issues being voted on during the election. This largely varies on whether the election is being held on the local, county, state or national level.
The Democratic Party then provides their endorsements for each of the offices or issues of the election. Democratic Party endorsements typically consist of members of its own party. Sometimes, when multiple Democratic politicians are running for the same office, the Democratic Party endorses both candidates and suggests that the Democratic members should vote for one of the two.
Occasionally, the Democratic Party voter's guide gives additional general information. This information might include where to register to vote in the voter's county or town, or how to mail in an election ballot.