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State of California

  • California Ballot Propositions Database is a comprehensive, searchable source of information on California ballot propositions from 1911 to the present
  • California Congressional Districts
  • California Courts - Learn about the California court system; link to California court websites; read opinions of the California Supreme Court
  • California Dept. of Social Services
  • A Guide to California Jury Service
  • California Law - California Law consists of 29 codes, covering various subject areas, the State Constitution and Statutes. Information presented reflects laws currently in effect
  • Easy Voter - Easy-to-use nonpartisan information for Californians about voter registration, choosing a political party, and voting. Includes the nonpartisan "Easy Reading Voter Guide" for the upcoming November 5th general election (available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Russian)
  • - helps you find government benefits you may be eligible to receive
  • Politics1 - California connects to web sites of candidates for California statewide offices and United States Congress 
    California political parties, California state election office, and California news sources.
  • State of California Elected Officials - From the League of Women Voters
  • United States District Court - Central District of California - includes Naturalization Ceremonies schedules and locations  
  • Voting & Elections Browse voter registration information and eligibility requirements for voting; access information on your ballot choices; suggestions on how to judge the candidates, and more. Produced by the League of Women Voters
  • Welcome to California - Links to state governmental departments, agencies, elected officials, & more
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