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More Voter Resources.......

Come here for a comprehensive list of internet links for voter related sites. Some of them may be covered in detail on the various pages on Vote 4 Change  will be indicated with an asterisk.   All others are other sites that contain additional information to help you determine who you think you want to cast your votes on.  

How To Vote, Laws, & Regulations

Brennan Center for Justice: Voting Laws Roundup: 2023 Year in Review

This site provides a state by state coverage of all the latest changes made to voting regulations.  Much has changed via GOP [republican] actions  by enacting election interference legislation.  Some of these changes could severely restrict voter access.  A good site to check out what is going on in your state. 

Fair Vote.org

If your state uses Ranked Choice Voting you need to go here.  You can also find out about the various types of elections locally & federally, on a state by state basis.  Information about the Electoral College can be found here as well.  Gerrymandering or how the Congressional voting districts is also covered.

League of Women Voters.org

Preeminent organization advocating for voter's rights for centuries.  The League has also been the sponsor of all Presidential Debates and typically provides education for voters sending sample ballots along with PRO and CON viewpoints for all referendums.

NBC News : PLAN YOUR VOTE *

Another great site to go to find about the laws in your state.  Click on the link above, the site will open to the state you are from based upon your computers location.

Vote.org

Provides the ability to register to Vote ONLINE along with other how to vote information.  If you are a first time voter check out this site now!

Vote411.org

Is a site created by the League of Women Voters contains state by state voter information such as ballots, where to vote, how to check your voter registration, as well as information on upcoming debates in your area.

Vote Smart Facts Matter

This site was covered in one of Vote4 Change Blog Posts Check it out

Legislators Voting Record

Ballotpedia.org

Link above takes you to the section on Ballotpedia's site to find out lifetime voting records of United Sates Senators and Representatives.  The advantage of this site is you can search by the legislators name.

GovTrack.us

A leading non-governmental source of legislation information and statistics.  Here you can track any bill introduced into either federal chamber [House & Senate] and track its progress.  You will have to know either the bill's name or number to find more information.  Once the bill is located you see a Summary, all actions taken, the complete text, passage status, and how each legislator has voted.  All Vote 4 Change legislator scorecard data is sourced from this site.

House.gov

Use the link above to navigate to the official US House of Representatives website section where you can search for specific legislation.  Searches are driven by the bill name or number organized by the sessions in congress.  You can also look up who your House Representative is on this site.

Senate.gov

Use the link above to navigate to the official US Senate website section where you can search for specific legislation.  Searches are driven by the bill name or number organized by the sessions in congress.  You can also look up who your Senator is on this site.

Writing your Legislators

My Reps  *

Go to this site and enter your address to get a complete list of your local, state and federal legislators.  Instructions on how to use MyReps is provided on the Vote 4 Change website click here.  From the list provided you can launch an email, go to their website, or to their social media sites.

USA.gov

At this site you can find out who are your elected officials & then find their contact information

Common Cause: Find Your Representatives

Use link above to navigate to the site then enter your address.  Use this site mainly to find the elected officials phone number.  The site also provides link to their website, social media pages, their committees, a list of bills they have sponsored and a list of all their campaign contributors.  If you want to email your legislator use MyReps website.

Voter Suppression

Brennan Center for Justice: Voting Laws Roundup: 2023 Year in Review

This site provides a state by state coverage of all the latest changes made to voting regulations.  Much has changed via GOP [republican] actions  by enacting election interference legislation.  Some of these changes could severely restrict voter access.  Perhaps the best website for voter suppression information.

PEW article on Independent State Legislator Doctrine: *

"Contentious Fringe Legal Theory Could Reshape State Election Laws" If enacted it could give the power to state legislators to rule on re-districting disputes instead of the courts

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