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Election and Voter Information

California

 

Orange County Voter Information  from Orange County Registrar of Voters

Voter registration, vote-by-mail; OC election and candidate information from the Orange County Registrar of Voters.

 

Orange County Voter Information from League of Women Voters

Voter information from the League of Women Voters of California on state Assembly, Senate, school,city,  special district, local measures elections

 

California Voter Information

Information from the League of Women Voters of California about contests, propositions, and candidates on the November 6 ballot in California State Government.

 

 

California Guides

 

California Easy Voter Guide

Non-partisan quick guide to statewide elections.

 

Official Voter Information Guide: California General Election, Nov. 6, 2012

Contains titles and summaries of state ballot measures; impartial analyses of the ballot measures and potential costs to taxpayers; arguments in favor of and against ballot measures, U.S. Senate candidate statements, etc.

 

Pros & Cons:  Ballot Measures, General Election, Nov. 6. 2012

This guide from the League of Women Voters of California is a non-partisan explanation of state propositions, with supporting and opposing arguments. The arguments come from many sources and are not limited to those presented in the Official Voter Information Guide.

 

National

FactCheck.org

“A nonpartisan, nonprofit, "consumer advocate" for voters, Factcheck monitors the factual accuracy of what is said by major U.S. political players in the form of TV ads, debates, speeches, interviews, and news releases.”

 

OpenSecrets.org  [Center for Responsive Politics]

“A nonpartisan, independent, and nonprofit organization, tracks money in U.S. politics and its effect on elections and public policy.

 

PolitiFact.com

“A project of the St. Petersburg Times, PolitiFact analyzes presidential candidates’ speeches, TV ads, and interviews to determine whether the claims are accurate.”

 

 

 

Project Vote Smart

Includes candidate biographies, voting records, issue positions, interest group ratings, public statements, and campaign financing information.