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This September, we highlight an exciting project brought to you by our State Legislative Project on state legislative scorecards.
Ballotpedia is in the process of developing an encyclopedic list of published scorecards. It is Ballotpedia’s goal to incorporate all available scorecards regardless of ideology or number. On Ballotpedia, we define scorecards as those produced by newspapers, interest groups, think tanks, partisan groups, 501c3s and 501c4s that provide relative rankings and covers all state or federal lawmakers. The goal of this project is to provide a comprehensive list of legislative scorecards for each state and to ensure that descriptions are unbiased and accurate. Have you seen a scorecard we've missed?
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-- 15:46, 25 July 2012 (CDT)
Thank you very much for your contributions to the above page.
I see that you see that you inserted information about opponents and also created an "Opposition" section. However, you did not give a reference or citation. I have taken your content down, for now. However, if you would please provide your source and we will gladly revert the changes and place your information back on the page. You would not have to re-write the content again. You can provide this source by placing it on my talk page. Thank you again and I hope to hear from you soon! Alejandortiz 09:18, 26 July 2012 (CDT)
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