ProCon.org, a 501(c)(3) nonpartisan public charity that I chair, has four online election sites. Three have been archived, and the 2016 presidential site is live and will probably be archived the first Quarter of 2017.
A popular feature of sites 2, 3, and 4 below is the quizzes... As you take the quizzes, and answer "Yes" or "No" to the quiz questions, a little chart on the right shows how your views match with the candidates' views. A "Neither" or "Unsure" response does not change the chart.
Here are links to those election sites:
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1. 2008 presidential election site: http://2008election.procon.org
2. 2012 presidential election site: http://2012election.procon.org
The New York Times called that site "the most comprehensive tool for researching the candidate's stance on issues." The 75 question quiz in their 2012 presidential election site was opened by 650,000 people;
3. 2014 elections sites for Santa Monica, California: http://localelections.procon.org
The Santa Monica election covered three separate elections: City Council, School Board and College Board;
4. and the 2016 presidential election site: http://2016election.procon.org