Do you know enough to be a "Smart Voter" in Tuesday's Pennsylvania primary elections?
The League of Women Voters is ready to help.
For example, did you know that in addition to picking your preference for president, you also have to select the names of delegates who will end up nominating your pick?
Voters can turn to the League's helpful Web site, SmartVoter.org for information on how the primary elections will be conducted.
On www.SmartVoter.org, voters type in their address and find out exactly who will be on their ballot and additional campaign information submitted by the candidates themselves, according to the League. You can find out which Democratic delegates are committed to voting for which Presidential candidate at the Democratic National Convention and see how Republican delegates to convention run uncommitted, the League says.
After you have seen what is available from the various candidates you can print a personalized ballot to take to the polls with you, according to the League.