GREENFIELD — Still don’t know who to choose on the ballot?
With Election Day less than a week away, voters have an opportunity to make their final decisions before going to the polls by reading and watching online election coverage all in one spot.
The Daily Reporter has compiled videos, candidate surveys and election stories on local candidates at the newspaper’s website, www.greenfieldreporter.com. To view the election page, click on “Web Extras” and “Elections 2012.”
Voters can see 34 short introductory videos featuring candidates for school boards and county, state and congressional races. There are also 10 grids for voters to compare candidates side-by-side on issues affecting education, taxes and the economy.
The website includes links to videos of the four debates held at Hancock County Public Library. Every week in October, an audience gathered to hear where candidates stood on county and state issues. County commissioner, council, coroner and state Senate debates can be viewed in their entirety online. Each event is an hour long.
The site also includes links to nearly three dozen news stories on local races that appeared in the Daily Reporter over the past two months. Stories cover every contested race affecting Hancock County, in addition to campaign financial reports and coverage of state candidate visits to the area.
Keep visiting the site through Election Day as new information will be added.