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United States
Federal Election Commission
The Federal Election Commission has compiled frequently asked Election Day questions with links to the relevant sources of information

League of Women Voters
The interactive Vote 411 tool below allows users to build an online voter’s guide, view political races, compare candidate positions side-by-side and print out “ballots” that can be used to remind them to vote on Election Day. The tool also provides users with helpful voting information, candidate statements and details on current issues.

Project Vote Smart
A non-profit, non-partisan research organization that collects and distributes information on candidates for public office in the United States. PVS is funded exclusively through individual contributions and philanthropic foundations.

U.S. Electoral College
Answers Frequently asked Questions about the Electoral College and provides a Summary of Key Dates for the 2012 Presidential Election

Voting and Elections

Cal-Access: California Automated Lobbying and Campaign Contribution & Expenditure Search System

California Propositions
This site was created to better inform voters about the ballot measures they will be voting on by providing objective analysis along with arguments from both sides.

California Elections and Voter Information

California Voter Foundation

League of Women Voters of California

Register to Vote

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