Michigan voters can find their ballot, polling location, and information about candidates here so they go to the polls prepared to vote!
With this resource you can determine if you are registered to vote, find your polling location, contact your local election official, learn to use your voting equipment, and find answers to frequently asked question.
Michigan’s Legislature at your fingertips. Search through this session’s legislation, check your legislator’s voting record, or even stay updated by email as bills move through the legislature. Michigan Votes! is provided by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy.
See which elections are coming up and get related information.
Focusing on the U.S. Congress, California’s Congress, and the City of Los Angeles, this website uses publicly available data (campaign contributions and congressional voting records) to show the relationship between interest groups, legislation, and congressional voting patterns.
The Sunlight Foundation is “making government transparent and accountable by using technology and creating tools to access easily government and political information that empowers the public to engage in governance. Party Time follows congressional fundraising; Congrelate provides information about Members of Congress, their districts, and voting records; and LOUISdb allows searching across congressional and selected executive publications. A good site to know, particularly if you need to decide how to cast your ballot.