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Posted by Kristina Rasmussen - May 08, 2008

If you’ve ever wanted a “one-stop shop” for information on state and local ballot measures, past and present, I’d recommend you head over to Ballotpedia.org.

The young wiki-style site is already brimming with information; for one good example, check out this page on all the ballots, tax hikes, and bond issues up for consideration by California voters this June 3.

Ballotpedia.org is a website to bookmark!

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