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View Resource League of Women Voters of Michigan

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan organization established in 1920 to encourage citizen participation in government. It never supports or opposes any political party or candidate but does advocate on selected issues. Their Michigan Voter Power project provides quick, clear information on voting in Michigan.

http://www.lwvmi.org/
View Resource Poligu.com [The Political Guide]

This site provides a profile for each representative that shows their views on political issues and is meant to provide any information a potential voter might desire. Political positions, debates/speeches and controversies for the Democratic, Republican, Libertarian, Green, and Constitution party candidates for president are featured.  Poligu.com has no affiliation with any outside...

http://www.thepoliticalguide.com/
View Resource Michigan Truth Squad [A project of the Center for Michigan]

Similar to the national political fact checking entities such as Politifact.com and Factcheck.org, the Michigan Truth Squad  focuses on checking political speech, news releases, white papers or reports, viewpoint columns, political websites, issue advertisements from Michigan political candidates.  The Center for Michigan is a non-profit think tank whose “objective is to cure...

http://michigantruthsquad.com/
View Resource Elections in Michigan - Michigan Dept. of State

The Michigan Bureau of Elections provides "one-stop-shopping" on finding out where to vote, how to run for office, who's running for office, campaign finance disclosure, lobbying disclosure, and more.

http://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,1607,7-127-1633---,00.html
View Resource Politifact.com

PolitiFact is a project of the St. Petersburg Times and Congressional Quarterly to help you find the truth in the 2008 presidential campaign. Every day, reporters and researchers from the Times and CQ analyze the candidates' speeches, TV ads and interviews and determine whether the claims are accurate.

http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/
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