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Here you'll find useful external links to learn more about various subjects involving government. 


Ballot Ready provides customized breakdowns of ballot propositions and candidates for office based on the user's home address. They also have tools to facilitate voter information drives, voting parties, and classroom discussions.

The Princeton Gerrymandering Project is a team of academics who do number-crunching to better help understand (and, ideally, undo) gerrymanders in each of the 50 states.


The Center for Election Science advocates for approval voting, an alternative to ranked-choice voting wherein voters could check the box for any candidate they like, and the candidate who gets the most checks wins.

Ballotpedia is the digital encyclopedia of American politics and elections. The nonprofit cover federal, state, and local politics, elections, and public policy in the United States.


Let America Vote fights back against voter suppression and has useful information on what is being done and how citizens can fight back.

Black Voters Matter operates voter registration and get-out-the-vote operations, advocates for pro-voter policies like early voting and restoration of voting rights to felons, and helps build voter-assistance infrastructure in places that lack it.


Close the Gap works to recruit women candidates for the state legislature, so as to correct the gender gap in California.

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