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BallotReady is a great tool to learn about ballot measures, candidate information, and more. A project by the NSF, Knight Foundation, and the University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics, BallotReady aggregates content from candidates’ websites, social media, press, endorsers and board of elections for comprehensive, nonpartisan information about the candidates and referendums on your ballot. All content is linked back to its original source so voters can verify any piece of information. BallotReady makes every effort to confirm details with the candidates themselves, giving them the opportunity to share even more information.
OTHER RESOURCES FOR LEARNING ABOUT YOUR BALLOT
One-stop-shop for election-related, nonpartisan information provided by the League of Women Voters.
Nonprofit political encyclopedia that covers American federal, state, and local politics, elections, and public policy.
Non-profit research organization that collects and distributes information on candidates for public office in the United States.
Voting and election reference guides for each state created by librarians, for librarians. Run by the American Library Association Government Documents Roundtable.
MapLight and partners run this online voter guide in English and Spanish, which offers information on candidates and ballot measures at all levels of government.
League of Women Voters® of California Education Fund and the California State Library run this guide to California elections.
California Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO) offers unbiased analysis of California ballot propositions.
Independent organization, funded by U.C. Berkeley, offers information on voting choices and shows endorsements for each choice on your ballot.