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Last Updated: Oct 5, 2012 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts
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Wisconsin Information

Wisconsin Democracy Campaign Database
"This database includes records of contributions of $100 or more from individuals to candidates for the Wisconsin Legislature as well as governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, state school superintendent and state Supreme Court justices

Wisconsin Vote Fact Check 101
PDF of tips and websites from Wisconsin Public Television and Wisconsin Public Radio.

Wisconsin State Government
Public portal to the Wisconsin State government and it's agencies.


WisPolitics Curating news of specific interest to Wisconsin votes, this site includes a number of interesting features:
Ad Watch | Audio Clips | Press releases | That's Debatable

Wisconsin Blue Book Archives

Published annually from 1879-1883 and then biennially since 1885 to the present day,, the State of Wisconsin Blue Book remains the primary one-volume reference source about the state, documenting the organization of the state’s three branches of government (legislative, executive, and judicial).

Wisconsin Public Notices
Public notices published in Wisconsin newspapers are made available, free of charge, by the Wisconsin Newspaper Association.

Wisconsin State Government Accountability Board "The mission of the Board is to ensure accountability in government by enforcing ethics and lobbying laws, and to enhance representative democracy by ensuring the integrity of the electoral process."



Educational site on voting, compiled by Wisconsin Public Radio and Wisconsin Public Television.

Are you 18?  Have you registered to vote in Wisconsin? 
Check out the Wisconsin Voter Education Information site, sponsored by the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board.

Voting Residency of University & College Students in Wisconsin
Getting ready for college?  Know how the move impacts your right to vote in your home town.



Find personalized voting, ballot and polling place information.
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