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Registrar of Voters, County of Santa Clara
Includes information on local elections, candidates, voter registration, polling places, absentee voting, and election results. For assistance call (408) 299-VOTE 
2014 California Voter Information Guide
Get the main points and arguments for and against each proposition on California's ballot for the 2014 general election.
Project Vote Smart
A national non-profit voluntary effort tracking and providing information; such as voting records, issue positions, campaign finances, and voter registration.
From the League of Women Voters of California, this site presents customized, non-partisan information on local and state ballot measures,
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Easy Voter Guide
From the League of Women Voters of California, this site presents nonpartisan information on local propositions, candidates, educational materials, voter registration information in different languages, and a printable guide.
California Elections and Voter Information
A directory of links on California ballot measures, candidates, elections, voter registration, and participation provided by the Secretary of State.
This nonpartisan nonprofit consumer advocate for voters monitors the factual accuracy of what is said by major US political players in the form of TV ads, debates, speeches, interviews, and news releases.
From the Center for Responsive Politics, this non-partisan, non-profit research group tracks money in politics, and its effect on elections and public policy.
This nonpartisan resource tracks the polls of American public opinion.
ServiceVote, Youth Service America
This is an interactive website that is a hub for young people to engage in the political process by connecting with their peers, voters, and candidates.
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