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Participate in Government

Links for learning about and participating in your government.

CURA (Center for Urban and Regional Affairs)
University of Minnesota faculty and students conduct research on issues of public concern. Site includes summaries of recent studies on neighborhood revitalization, income and poverty, community-based health services, housing, and land use.

Minnesota E-Democracy
A non-partisan citizen-based project seeking increased citizen participation in election and public discourse through online civic forums.

Politics from the Minneapolis StarTribune
StarTribune's online guide to the latest political news in Minnesota and nationally.

Special Interest Groups
A list of resources compiled by the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library.

Polling Place Finder
Provided by the Minnesota Secretary of State's Office. Supplies information on your polling place, including a map of voter location and your district number (each Senate district is divided into A or B House districts).

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