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Ballotpedia is an online encyclopedia about American (US) politics and elections.

Its official goal "is to connect people to politics by providing accurate and objective information about politics at the local, state, and federal level."

"Ballotpedia is published on a wiki platform, meaning any registered user is welcome to add knowledge and improve our content. Every submission to Ballotpedia is fact-checked and curated by our professional editing staff."

All Ballotpedia content is fact-checked to be neutral, accurate, and verifiable.

Ballotpedia had 812,100 articles and 10,785 registered users as of 2015.

It reported an editorial staff of over 50 in 2021.

Ballotpedia is sponsored by the Lucy Burns Institute (LBI), a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization. The organization reported revenue of $5.37 million in 2019.

LBI was founded in December 2006 by the group's current president, Leslie Graves. The group is named after Lucy Burns, co-founder of the National Woman's Party. The group is headquartered in Middleton, Wisconsin.

Ballotpedia's content projects include:


Federal affairs

Federal judiciary

U.S. Congress

State executive officials

State legislatures

State courts

Ballot measures

School boards

Municipal government

Courts and judges by county

Candidate ballot access


Recall elections

Laws governing direct democracy

State constitutions

People and organizations that influence the political process

History of initiative and referendum

Public Policy

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Wiki Project Guidelines

A Ballotpedia project is a way to organize the development and growth of a particular theme or topic on Ballotpedia. It allows editors to keep track of progress, inspire others to help finish a particular topic area, and helps topics that are covered on Ballotpedia develop in richness, quality and informational value.

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A GreenPolicy overview of US partisan politics

Two political parties dominate and 'Winner-Take-All elections prevail

Review the GreenPolicy360 'Category Topics'

[Category:Ballot Access] [Category:Ballot Initiatives] [Category:Ballot Measures] [Category:Campaign Finance] [Category:Citizen Review] [Category:City-County Governments] [Category:City Governments] [Category:Civil Liberties] [[Category:Civil Rights] [Category:County Governments] [[Category:Democracy] [Category:Election Law] [Category:Election System Reform] [Category:Electoral System Reform] [Category:Legislation] [[Category:Initiative and Referendum] [Category:Initiatives] [Category:Money in Politics] [Category:Ordinances] [Category:Policies]] [Category:Referendums] [Category:Redistricting] [Category:Resolutions] [Category:State] [Category:Voting] [Category:Voting Rights] [Category:Voting Systems] [Category:United States] [Category:US]

Focus on --

Redistricting - Opposing Gerrymandering

Money in Politics

Campaign Finance System Reform

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