California Senate: Links & Resources
Key sites for voting and election information, candidates' positions on the issues, state government links, campaign finance law guidelines and
more coverage of the race.
Secretary of State, Elections Division
1500 11th St.
Sacramento, CA 95814
FAX: (916) 653-3214
California Voting and Elections Page
Information on California's 52 congressional districts at the "Your Government, Voting and Elections" Web site. The site also features links to national election information and voter registration information.
Elections Divisions Home Page
Have a question about how to run for office, or how to
register to vote? The Web site for the California Elections Division answers these questions and more.
Golden State links to legislator pages, courts, agencies,
and local government resources.
California Governor's Office
Get information on the Office of the Governor's latest initiatives, budget proposals, speeches and more.
Angeles Times Politics and Government
Features an election guide covering recent primaries and elections, including nearly two months' worth of archived stories on the gubernatorial and congressional races.
Local and state news.
California Voter Foundation
The California Voter Foundation uses the Internet to encourage more informed voting and to engage citizens in the political process. Their Web site includes an election preview, a guide to the California legislature, and "Digital Sunlight" an online guide to documents and publications.
League of Women Voters of California
The League of Women Voters of California provides education information on the 1998 primary elections, including nonpartisan explanations of ballot measures and how to register to vote.
ElectNet California covers both Senate and gubernatorial elections with periodic updates and includes links to incumbent officials, candidates and other state political Web sites. ElectNet also features forums, interactive surveys, summary pages for all states holding elections this year and updates and background information on races in all 50 states.
Government Links from Project Vote Smart
Project Vote Smart, the flagship program of the non-partisan Center for National Independence in Politics, is a clearinghouse for information on more than 13,000 candidates, state and national elections and state offices. One of its key functions is an issues survey that allows users to look at a candidate's positions without wading through advertising or spin doctors. The site's California page includes links to official state pages, campaign contact information, biographical and contact information on members of the state legislature and links to voting information.