The I CAN Party website describes itself as “a user-friendly guide to understanding the national political party platforms. It provides short summaries of the parties’ stances on key electoral issues without analysis or party rhetoric.” They go on to say that they strive to be an unbiased where readers can go to compare the positions of all the political parties. They also have a disclaimer that selection bias is unavoidable, so some bias is likely to creep in. Good of them to point this out. A worthwhile reminder. The site is full of useful information such as a roundup of election issues.
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