(Undated) -- In less than three weeks, Illinois voters head to the polls and with all the campaign ads it can be hard to figure out the candidates' true positions on critical policy matters. But there is a resource available to help them sort through all the political hodgepodge. Heather Heppner with A-A-R-P Illinois says their 2014 Voter Guide provides information on Illinois’ senate, congressional, gubernatorial and other statewide races. Voters can go online to the guide and type in their street address to find a sample ballot from their own district. Heppner says A-A-R-P is non-partisan and does not endorse any candidates, but offers the guide as part of ongoing voter education efforts. The guide is available at aarp.org/your vote.