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Nonpartisan Political Information Sites
- The League of Women Voters of
California. We publish Pros
& Cons and In
Depth analyses of each proposition.
- Easy Voter Guide
Voter information on candidates for state executive offices,
political parties, propositions. Voting
is as easy as 1-2-3!
- The California Channel.
For statewide elections, you may see interviews with
state executive and judicial candidates candidates.
- California Courts
. All about the Court system including the California Supreme
Court and the Courts of Appeal.
- California School
Board Association. Professional Governance Standards
describe the three components vital to effective school governance:
1) the attributes of an effective individual trustee, 2) the
attributes of an effective governing board, and 3) the specific
jobs the board performs in its governance role.
- The California Voter Foundation.
Online Voters Guide for statewide elections. See also
- California Budget Project.
A nonpartisan, independent fiscal and economic policy
for Responsive Politics. Track campaign finances
Club of California Voices of Reform Project. Information
about issues on the ballot and California legislation.
- Intelligent Vote.
Compare your political profile to the voting record of your
Representative and Senators.
at Stake Campaign: California. Includes the results
of a National Survey of State Judges.
Take the Budget Challenge -- can you balance the state
- Project Vote Smart.
Project Vote Smart offers extensive nonpartisan information
on incumbents and asks all state and federal legislative candidates
to answer their issues questionnaire. See information about
Officials in California.
- Public Policy Institute of
California. Dedicated to improving public policy in California
through independent, objective, nonpartisan research on major
economic, social, and political issues.
- Voting Rights
for All. In Jail? On Probation? Off Parole? In California
you can Vote!
California State Official Election Information
Newspapers and Media
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within the list of top 100 newspapers in circulation in the United
States. Links are to their election coverage, if present. Ordered
by 2003 circulation numbers as reported by InfoPlease.
Regional or Other Local
Other Online News Sources
- Around the Capitol.
For lobbyists, legislative staff, and policy and political professionals
working around the California State Capitol
- California Election
Law. A weblog published by a former Chief Counsel
to the California Secretary of State intended to provide California
election officials and government election attorneys the latest
news on developments in election law.
- Rough & Tumble. Follows
statewide contests in the news.
Elections in other States
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