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Welcome to our second wiki-based non-partisan election information directory.  
 
Welcome to our second wiki-based non-partisan election information directory.  
  
Please fill in our master list first and down the road we'll update the other pages from 2005:
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Please fill in our master list first and down the road update the other pages:
  
* [[Minneapolis general election 2009 candidates]] - The master list.
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* [[Minneapolis general election 2009 candidates]] - The master list. Collecting now.
  
 
''Candidate Website and Contact Information''
 
''Candidate Website and Contact Information''
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''Related Links and Discussion''
 
''Related Links and Discussion''
  
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* [[Minnesota elections]]
 
* [[Minneapolis political links]] - Starting with links for election information
 
* [[Minneapolis political links]] - Starting with links for election information
 
* [[Minneapolis election calendar]] - Add events and key dates here
 
* [[Minneapolis election calendar]] - Add events and key dates here

Revision as of 22:28, 26 March 2009

Welcome to our second wiki-based non-partisan election information directory.

Please fill in our master list first and down the road update the other pages:

Candidate Website and Contact Information


Related Links and Discussion


You can add new pages easily. Based on your help we can add pages of original content to help our fellow citizens cast informed votes in November 2005 local elections.


The E-Democracy.Org wiki is designed to contain balanced information sources - for example if we add pages for candidate statements, all candidates on the ballot for that race will have the opportunity to share their responses.


Please Reuse Content Freely

Election content put up on the E-Democracy.Org site is open to use, reuse by anyone for any purpose, both online and in-print using the Creative Commons attribution license. The only requirement is that you credit the source so we can involve more people in building an up-to-date election information resource.

Individuals or organizations interested in using the Internet to collaboratively gather and disseminate election and candidate information on an expressly non-partisan basis in Minneapolis, should contact E-Democracy.Org for more information.

 

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