Wisconsin voters can find information about the candidates in a governors race at WisconsinVote.org. Sponsored by Wisconsin Public Radio and Wisconsin Public Television, the site is an independent source reporting on Wisconsin races for office. It contains the latest material about candidates and races, election news, opinion columns, blogs and resources for voters.
The League of Women Voters Wisconsin, at lwvwi.org, is a non-partisan political organization that educates and motivates both female and male voters by acting as a source for unbiased candidate information. The group hosts candidate forums and publishes a voters' guide prior to state-wide elections.
Vote Smart is a national nonprofit, nonpartisan group that works to provide accurate and unbiased information for voters on VoteSmart.org. Group researchers delve into each candidate's voting records, history, campaign financing and biographical rundown. Vote Smart publishes "Voter's Self-Defense Manual" and maintains interactive website tools for researching candidates.
The MyVote Wisconsin website at myvote.wi.gov provides many useful tools to voters. The site is sponsored by the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board, which acts as the state's elections and ethics board. Visitors can find information, sorted by address or voter status, on all things election-related, including requirements to vote, how to register and absentee balloting.