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Revision as of 14:27, 12 February 2014

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Frequently asked questions

What is Ballotpedia?

Ballotpedia is a curated wiki-based online resource covering federal, state, and local politics and policy. Ballotpedia's content covers U.S. congress, state executive officials, state legislatures, redistricting, state and local ballot measures, recall elections, school boards, federal affairs, and ballot access for major and minor party candidates. Articles on Ballotpedia, which include original news and research, are started, written, expanded and improved over time by Ballotpedia's staff of writers and its volunteer editors and content providers.

What other types of content do you have?

Ballotpedia includes breaking news and original content, in addition to its information about laws governing ballot access and direct democracy, state constitutions, influencers and the history of initiative and referendum.

What kinds of research and analysis do you have?

Ballotpedia's original research and reports
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Who or what sponsors Ballotpedia?

Ballotpedia has been sponsored by the Lucy Burns Institute (LBI) since July 1, 2009. LBI is a nonprofit 501c3 based in Madison, Wisconsin. LBI, which was founded in December 2006, also sponsors Judgepedia.

What is the history of Ballotpedia?

Ballotpedia was launched by the Citizens in Charge Foundation on May 30, 2007. From March 2008-June 2009, it was sponsored by the Sam Adams Alliance.

What are some statistics regarding Ballotpedia?

Ballotpedia has 527,058 articles and 9,382 registered users.[1]

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References

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