More Voter Resources

Use Dnet to find out about candidate positions in Minnesota and other states.

Link to League of Women Voters for more information about voting and candidates.

Voting 101: The New Voters Project

Follow The Money in politics. This site is "The nation's most complete resource for information on money in state politics."

You can also try Political Money Line to track candidate contributions.

Federal Election Commission -- View candidates' finance reports and other information.

The Cook Political Report is a non-partisan
analysis of electoral politics.

CNN's All Politics -- A good source of news on candidates and primaries.
Campaigns and Elections (by Congressional Quarterly) -- Check out its "Political Odds-Maker" to find out the chances of your candidates winning.

opensecrets.org (by the Center for Responsive Politics) -- An online source for "Money in Politics" data.

Politics1 -- The "most comprehensive guide to American politics, candidates, and parties."

Project Vote Smart -- a non-partisan source of information on candidates and elected officials in five basic categories: biographical information, issue positions, voting records, campaign finances and interest group ratings

The Democratic National Committee

The Republican National Committee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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