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CountyOffice.org – Accurate internet database of county government offices in the United States. Use our site to locate your county assessor, board of elections, chamber of commerce, child support offices, colleges, coroner, courts, and much more, with all relevant details.
Every Child Matters – The Every Child Matters Education Fund is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan organization working to make children, youth, and families a national political priority.
Granite State Independent Living – Granite State Independent Living can help guide you through the complex legislative environment. We provide trainings to large groups and to individuals on how to begin the process of creating the change you desire. We partner with other New Hampshire disability rights and senior community organizations to impact current legislation at the both the local and national level. It is important to bring awareness to elected officials about issues affecting people with disabilities and seniors to help ensure full and equal participation for all.
ISideWith.com - Since 2012, ISideWith.com has been providing non-partisan information to help voters decide which candidate they side with. Take the 2016 Presidential Election Quiz to see which candidate supports your family's needs best!
Live Free or Die Alliance - The Live Free or Die Alliance is a nonpartisan, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization created to make it easier for NH citizens to get informed, exchange opinions, and connect with their elected officials.
My Time To Vote - MYTIME2VOTE is a comprehensive one stop voting empowerment organization with the goal to both instill in the American citizens the importance of their participation in the democratic process of our great nation and to give them the tools and information to do it.
NH Cities and Towns – Interested in researching a town or city in New Hampshire? The links below will take you directly to the town or city’s website. New Hampshire has 10 counties, 13 cities, 221 towns, and 25 unincorporated places.
NH General Court - Find out who your local representative is or state senator, what the "House" is and what they do and browse current Bills.
NH Listens – New Hampshire Listens works with local and statewide partners to bring people together for productive conversations that augment traditional forms of government, like town meeting or school board meetings. Our vision is to create a network of engaged communities in New Hampshire that can share their experiences and resources for getting “unstuck” and solving public problems.
PBS: Helping kids (and us!) understand the election - As voting day gets closer, children may be wondering what all of the election chaos and ongoing debates are about. Kids are naturally curious—especially if their parents are preoccupied with the election—and might want to know what the President does and how the voting process works.
Rock the Vote - Since 1990, Rock the Vote has revolutionized the use of pop culture, music, art and technology to inspire political activity. Now, for almost 25 years, Rock the Vote has pioneered ways to make voting easier by simplifying and demystifying voter registration and elections for young adults.
Vote Smart - Find out what candidate best matches your beliefs, family's needs and more! Picture this: thousands of citizens (conservative and liberal alike) working together, spending endless hours researching the backgrounds and records of thousands of political candidates and elected officials to discover their voting records, campaign contributions, public statements, biographical data (including their work history) and evaluations of them generated by over 400 national and 1300 state special interest groups.