Get drawn into the 2016 presidential election with Cartoon The Vote!
Draw your own conclusion and participate in the political process:
* Access your elected officals
* Check out your local and state ballots
* Create your own voter's guide
* Take a quiz to see which candidate has opinions you share.
* If you are an eligible voter who is unregistered, register to vote at vote411.org (League of Women Voters) or at TurboVote.org.
Other ways to participate include:
- Create a petition at Change.org.
- Want to invest in your community? Go to Neighborly.com to see how it is done.
- Participate in Democracy Spring in Washington, DC, April 11 - 16. Preceded by a march from Philadelphia.
Other sites that may be of interest:
- Ballotpedia.com - Lots of good information about federal, state and local elections and politicians.
- Real Clear Politics - for a summary of national opinion polls. Some state ones as well. Fivethirtyeight.com has projections and looks at the electoral numbers.
- Vote411.org - Election-related information including some of the links above for participating in the political process. Provided by the Education Fund of the League of Women Voters.
- Several newspapers have key election-related articles in one place. These newspapers include the New York Times, Politico, and the Washington Post.
- Hooray for Politics - an exhibit at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.
And - of course - we hope that you'll be drawn to visit here often. The site will be updated daily.