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Election facts online

October 15, 2006

All of the major candidates and most of the campaigns for statewide propositions have Internet sites. This is a sampling of some other election-related sites.

Nonpartisan sites:

* California Online Voter Guide: (presented by the California Voter Foundation)

* League of Women Voters of California: (has a link to, the league's election website)

* Los Angeles Times:

* Project Vote Smart:

Government agencies:

* California legislative analyst's office: (analyzes ballot propositions and gives links to other state government sites)

* California secretary of state:

* Fair Political Practices Commission:

* Federal Election Commission:

* Los Angeles County registrar:

Political news and analysis:

* All Politics: (joint project of CNN and Time magazine)

* Center for Public Integrity: (tracks campaign finance reform issues; monitors political donations)

* Center for Responsive Politics: (lists campaign finance information by candidate and industry)

* Center for Voting and Democracy: (promotes proportional representation)

* Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting: (media activism; has links to political sites)

* Public Campaign Action Fund: (a campaign finance reform organization.)

* Rock the Vote: the creators of MTV, geared to voters 18 to 25 years old)

Political parties:

* Democratic Party:

* Republican Party:

* Reform Party:* Green Party:

* Libertarian Party:

* Natural Law Party:

* American Independent Party:

How to find your polling place:

* Los Angeles County Registrar of Voters, (800) 815-2666;

* Orange County Registrar of Voters, (714) 567-7600;

* Riverside County Registrar of Voters, (800) 773-8683;

* San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters, (800) 881-8683;

* Ventura County Elections Division, (805) 654-2781;


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