Political Organizations

Common Cause

Non-profit and non-partisan, this grassroots citizens' lobbying organization focuses on promoting open, honest, and accountable government.

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Democratic National Committee

The home page of the Democratic National Committee.

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FactCheck.Org

Monitors the factual accuracy of statements made by the nation's major political players. From the Annenberg Public Policy Center.

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Middlesex County Democratic Organization

Visit this site to learn about the local county candidates in elections, news, elected officials, links to the democratic organizations of the towns in the county, when available and more.

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municode.com

Access online municipal codes from the Municipal Code Corporation. Search geographically.

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National Conference of State Legislatures

A non-partisan organization composed of all of the nation's legislators and legislative staff, this organization's Web site offers information on critical state issues.

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National Governor's Association

Billed as the "collective voice of the nation's governors", this site releases current news, election results, links to the governors' and their states' home pages.

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New Jersey League of Municipalities

Association of more than 560 New Jersey municipalities organized for the purpose of pooling resources and information. Their page focuses on Legislative Happenings, Special Events Notices. It includes links to state municipal Web sites, if available, public bids RFAs and more.

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Republican National Committee

The homepage of the Republican National Committee.

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State and Local Government on the Net

Just as the name implies, the site provides links to official sites for all branches of federal, state, and local governments, as well as federal resources, multi-state sites, organizations, and other links. Well organized.

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Stateline

Politics and policy news for each state.

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U.S. Conference of Mayors

A non-partisan organization of U.S. cities with populations of more than 30,000 represented by their mayors, offering them the opportunity to speak with one voice when matters of public policy relevant to their needs are being debated nationally. Find information on the issues of primary importance to the nation's urban centers, mayoral elections results and more.

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