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News Keeping track of your local and state legislators.

  1. Oct 17, 2004 #1
    http://www.vote-smart.org/index.htm [Broken]

    This is a great site that essentially outlines how legislators vote on certain issues and how certain special-interest groups rate them/how often they vote the way certain groups want them. It's very useful for finding out in-depth information about local Senate/Congress/State Senate/Assembly races that aren't widely covered. I was very pleased when I learned my State Senator, Republican Nick Spano, wasn't some right-wing nutjob and seemed to have a very balanced voting record.
     
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