|RESOURCE||WEB SITE ADDRESS||NOTABLE CONTENTS|
|LWVO||http://www.lwvoakland.org||Public calendar, positions, VOTER, Who Represents Oakland, Contact Info, links to other League Web sites. http://lwvoakland.org/members_only.html For Board records, forms, other|
|LWV Bay Area||http://www.lwvbayarea.org||VOTER, Monitor (bimonthly review of regional issues), Decision Makers (directory of regional agencies), positions, action, a document library.|
|Bay Area Monitor||http://www.bayareamonitor.org/||Published for over 30 years as a project of the League of Women Voters of the Bay Area Education Fund, the Bay Area Monitor provides coverage of transportation, air quality, water quality, open space, and land use issues in the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area.|
|LWV California||http://www.lwvc.org||Issues (including Positions), State issues for emphasis, League stands on propositions. Contact info for other Leagues in the state, info about conventions, councils, and workshops. Sign up for newsletters.|
|LWV California Ed Fund||http://www.cavotes.org||Pros & Cons, In Depth info about state ballot measures, Register to Vote Info, About Voting in California, Education Fund projects, links to Smart Voter and Easy Voter Guides|
|Voter's Edge||http://votersedge.org/ca||All about every election: candidates, ballot measures, polling places. Info you need to decide how to vote|
|Easy Voter||http://www.easyvoterguide.org/||The Easy Voter Guide: order or print PDF, Fast Facts handouts, and more about registering and voting|
|LWV US||http://www.lwv.org||Action alerts and issues for emphasis, news releases, Storybank, League history, Contact Info for other Leagues around the country, shop for League items.|
www.opendisclosure.io "Bringing Oakland Campaign Money to Light". A joint project of Open Oakland and the Public Ethics Commission.
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www.OpenOakland.org "OpenOakland works to improve the lives of Oaklanders by advancing civic innovation and open government through community partnerships, engaged volunteers, and civic technology."