Video and Multimedia
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A wiki providing information on candidates and ballot measures in all the states.
Nate Silver’s blog covering electoral polling and politics at the national and state levels.
Web site run by the Sunlight Foundation provides data on campaign finance and lobbying expenditures
CQ-Roll Call’s Political MoneyLine Web site, which provides information on campaign finance, lobbying and lobbyists, and parties and candidates.
Web site of the Democratic National Committee.
Web site of the National Institute on Money in State Politics, which tracks political donations and lobbying in all fifty states.
Web site of the Republican National Committee.
The Internal Revenue Service’s Political Organization Filing and Disclosure Web site.
Web site of the National Conference of State Legislatures.
Web site of the Center for Responsive Politics, a nonpartisan organization tracking money in politics.
Web site of the Center for Public Integrity, which produces, among other investigative journalism reports, pieces on campaign finance and lobbying activity in the states and Washington, D.C.
This Web site of the Federation of State PIRGs (public interest research groups) provides information on powerful interest groups and what members of the public are doing to engage such groups.
This Web site proclaims itself as the most comprehensive online guide to American politics. Provides links to candidates for most major offices in all the states.