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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.
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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.
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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 [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/ 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.
  
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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 [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/ 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.
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Thank you [http://www.timleisio.com/ Tim Leisio] for logo design. Add this logo in various sizes to your site and link them to: http://e-democracy.org/mpls13
  
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 [http://e-democracy.org/comments.html contact E-Democracy.Org] for more information.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 10:13, 20 September 2013

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Candidate Website and Contact Information

Minneapolis 2013 Voter Guides - Direct Links

Related Links and Discussion


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.

Thank You

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Thank you Tim Leisio for logo design. Add this logo in various sizes to your site and link them to: http://e-democracy.org/mpls13

 

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