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Voting: and election information

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An informed public is critical to democracy. But how do we become accurately informed? We are bombarded with political information on the Internet, on the news, and on commercials. Active participation is required to separate fact from fiction and find out where people really stand.

Voting - Getting Started

Fact Checking

You know we can't believe everything we read or see on TV. These nonpartisan fact checking websites will help you sift through political claims to determine how reliable they are.

About Candidates and Issues

Here websites which are useful for finding information on candidates and issues in most national and State elections.