Project Vote Smart launched its VoteEasy tool Tuesday.
West Virginia voters can go online and the tool will help them compare their views on issues with those of congressional and presidential candidates.
The group says in a news release that VoteEasy is based on issue positions provided by candidates.
Some of the issues include abortion, the economy, guns, health care and Social Security.
VoteEasy can be accessed by going to the group's website, www.votesmart.org.
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