Are you tired of biased political ads that are designed to confuse? Do you wonder whether 'Yes' means 'No', and 'No' means 'Yes'?
Are you wary of text-heavy voting guides that just get you mired in a sea of words with no outlet?
Are you sometimes unsure of exactly what your vote might mean on critical issues?
If so, you'll be glad to know about a new kind of answer, SeePolitical.
SeePolitical demystifies confusing and detailed issues in short, animated video clips, so you actually understand what your vote means before you get to the polls. The facts get clarified in an educational and entertaining presentation by a nonprofit, nonpartisan company which affirms, "We believe an informed voter is an empowered voter. And an empowered voter leads to a healthier democracy."
Los Angeles magazine says, "...the Web site SeePolitical aims to convey the plain meaning of propositions through comedy sketches and a theme song that owe a debt to School House Rock, whose animated civics lessons saturated Saturday-morning TV in the '70s."
We're glad to visit with Nate Kaplan, Founder and Executive Director of SeePolitical for further explanation.