Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Getting to Know Your Elected Officials



An interactive almanac of U.S. politics. Find your district and learn exactly who represents you.
The National Institute On Money in State Politics: The nation's only free, non-partisan, verifiable archive of contributions to political campaigns in all 50 states.
Center for Responsive Politics: The nation's premier research group tracking money in U.S. politics and its effects on elections and public policy.
Look at the past voting records and positions of U.S. politicians.
Your state and local election committees may have a deadline for signing up to run for office.

If you want to help Bernie Sanders be a successful President of the United States, he will not only need a cooperative congress, but cooperative elected officials at the state, county, and municipal levels as well.


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