The June 3rd ballot for registered Democrats in Santa Clara County contains a list of candidates for the "Members of County Central Committee." Do most voters in the 24th Assembly District know anything about these people? The voter guide is useless. The SCCDCC website only lists their names and email addresses. The League of Women Voters of California Education Fund's Smart Voter site has some info on 6 out of 8 of the 24th's candidates.
Only 5 out of 8 candidates appear to have a campaign website. (Some of them would be better off with no site rather than a crappy site.) Elect David Cohen is most useful for learning about the incumbent candidate albeit seems focused on his bid for the Berryessa School Board. Elect Clark Williams is stuck on how he lost his run for San Jose City Council. Supervisor Ken Yeager is hosted by The County of Santa Clara so it's probably best that his site is party neutral. Elect Jim Brady has the domain, but not much of a site to back it up. Elect Hope (Cahan) is also a great domain except it points to a mere placeholder hosted by a company with tacky marketing.
Election ballots should feature a URL for each candidate and measure so it's easier to learn why they deserve a vote. Otherwise, it's a crapshoot—especially for the local elections.