Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I find election and voting resources?

Answer:

Links to the World - Special Interest Groups
Compiled by the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Includes Minnesota public policy organizations and indexes to special interest groups at the national level.

Major political parties from Minnesota Secretary of State.

Minnesota E-Democracy

See the Minnesota E-Democracy Political Desktop - Links for access to "the most visited political, public policy, and news resources in Minnesota".

Politics 1
"This Web site has comprehensive links to Presidential, Gubernatorial, US Senate & Congressional candidates and political parties. Information presented is nonpartisan and covers all 50 states."

Project Vote Smart
"A national library of factual information on 40,000 candidates for public office including President of the United States to state legislature to local elected officials. We cover them in five basic areas: backgrounds, issue positions, voting records, campaign finances and performance evaluations made by over 100 liberal to conservative special interest groups."

 

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