Still undecided on some races? Here are 3 web tools to help

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Donald Trump (AP photo) and Hillary Clinton (AFP photo)

It’s coming down to the wire, and if you’re still undecided on the presidential election, or need a little info on local elections, to help you make an informed choice, we’ve got you covered.

There’s a new tool from a non-partisan, independent organization called Societly that asks you several questions and might be able to help you make a choice in the presidential election, based on your positions and priorities.

You can begin by clicking on the start button above.

Note: This tool is run by Societly, and any information you decide to submit goes to Soceitly, not the Sun-Times

For more info on local races, there’s Voter’s Edge Illinois where you can find your ballot and information on candidates, as well as BallotReady, which offers a similar free, non-partisan service.

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