Other resources on campaign finance, voting and election statistics, voter information and more.
Campaign Finance Information Center
Tracking state campaign finance data across the nation for journalists.
Center for Responsive Politics
Researching the role money plays in Congressional elections and actions. CRP has many searchable, user-friendly databases.
Center for Voting and Democracy
A nonprofit organization that studies how voting systems affect participation, representation and governance.
Type in your address and zip code and find your legislative district.
Federal Election Commission
The independent agency whose job it is to gather financial information on presidential and congressional campaigns.
Find Your Polling Place
Provided by the Minnesota Secretary of State's Office. Supplies information on your polling place, including a map of voter location and your district number (each Senate district is divided into A or B House districts).
Follow the Money.org
Reports and a searchable database on campaign contributions in state politics. 1998 election information on Minnesota candidates available.
League of Women Voters
Information about the League's activities and publications as well as Minnesota legislative and election links.
National Election Studies
Survey results on voting, public opinion, and political participation since 1948.
Project Vote Smart
A national, non-profit, non-partisan voter information service.
The Electoral College
Information from the National Archives.
U.S. Census Data on Voting and Registration
Demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of the United States population as it relates to voting.