CEEP creates nonpartisan, state-specific candidate & issue guides to help students navigate candidate stands. We research salient votes & what candidates say to different groups, not just how they spin their positions. Our research team includes a former Encyclopaedia Britannica senior editor & veteran New York Times & Los Angeles Times reporters. Use our guide distribution resource to help share them across your campus.

Click light blue states to see CEEP guides & dark blue states for voter registration & candidate information from the League of Women Voters.


CEEP Interactive Guide Map

CEEP is producing non-partisan candidate guides for major statewide races in the 2018 midterm elections. Click on states in light blue to see CEEP guides and states in dark blue for voter registration and candidate information from the League of Women Voters.

2018 Midterm Guides

2018 Midterm Guides (continued)

2018 Primary Guides

2018 Primary guides

Primary elections determine which candidates will appear on the November ballot for each of the two major political parties, and sometimes for third parties. So they’re a really important opportunity to choose the eventual candidates. We’ve created specific guides below for some of the main states we’re working with this cycle.


2016 Supreme Court Guide

These guides look at the importance of Court appointments in the 2016 Presidential race and of the Trump administration's nominees.

2016 Senate and Governor Guides

2016 Senate Guides


2016 Governor Guides