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    See what's on the state ballot, learn about the propositions, legislative and congressional races and find out how to cast your vote.

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  • Project Vote Smart

    Database of the voting records, campaign contributions, public statements and interest group ratings for state and national officials.

  • MapLight.org

    Database connecting campaign contributions, voting records of every legislator on every bill, and which interest groups support and oppose various bills.

  • TheHill.com: Endorsements

    See who and where campaign contributions are coming from.

  • PollingReport.com

    Tracks public opinion polls from various major media outlets and polling organizations.

  • Register to Vote

    Download voter registration forms.

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Campaign Check: Fact Checking the Governor's Race

The California Report | Friday, Oct 22, 2010, 4:30 PM

Campaign Check: Brown and Whitman's Plans to Generate Jobs

New figures from the state on Friday shows our unemployment rate stuck at 12.4 percent in September: that's more than two million Californians without a job.



The California Report | Friday, Oct 15, 2010, 4:30 PM

Campaign Check: Brown And Whitman's Final Debate

The final debate between gubernatorial candidates Meg Whitman and Jerry Brown gives us plenty to talk about on this week's edition of Campaign Check. We dissect some of the candidate's claims on taxes, green jobs and pensions.



The California Report | Friday, Oct 08, 2010, 4:30 PM

Campaign Check: The Latino Vote

Today, our weekly "Campaign Check" series looks at the Latino vote. What are the Brown and Whitman campaigns doing to win it? We talk with Louis DeSipio, chair of the Chicano/Latino Studies Department at UC Irvine.



The California Report | Friday, Oct 01, 2010, 4:30 PM

Campaign Check: The First Brown-Whitman Debate

We continue our weekly Campaign Check series, in which we carefully assess some of the biggest claims Meg Whitman and Jerry Brown have put forward during the governor's race. This week, we examine the first Brown-Whitman debate with Sacramento Bureau Chief John Myers.



The California Report | Friday, Sep 24, 2010, 4:30 PM

Campaign Check: Brown and the Budget

With a tentative budget framework finally being discussed in Sacramento, we look at budget fixes in this week's installment of "Campaign Check."



The California Report | Friday, Sep 17, 2010, 4:30 PM

Campaign Check: Meg Whitman and Jobs

There are new signs that the recession in California isn't going to fade any time soon. How to turn that around is a big issue in the race for governor. Everywhere she goes, Republican nominee Meg Whitman says California is on the wrong track. But is it really that simple? And are the solutions that Meg Whitman proposes the right ones?



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The Prop. 23 Money Trail

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Find the largest donors for and against Prop. 23.

Can California Get on Track?

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A series exploring how to repair what many consider to be a broken government.

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