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  • Alliance for Better Campaigns: A public interest `group` that seeks to improve elections by promoting campaigns in which the most useful information reaches the greatest number of citizens in the most engaging way.
  • Campaign Web Review: Seeks to highlight the ways candidates and campaigns used the Internet in 1998 and provides perspective on the positive and negative impacts that this powerful medium is having on the electoral process.
  • Center for Digital Government: A national research and advisory institute providing government and industry leaders with research and educational resources to help them transform public organizations through digital technologies.
  • Center for Technology in Government: Works with government to develop information strategies that foster innovation and enhance the quality and coordination of public services.
  • DEMOS (Delphi Mediation Online System): web-based platform enabling fruitful and constructive debate between citizens and politicians with the intention of facilitating and encouraging "online-democracy".
  • Does Internet Create Democracy?: Masters thesis relating US and European communications theory, including Habermas, and whether the Internet will create democracy in practice.
  • E-The People: Online petitions regarding a wide variety of subjects are available for online signature. Also, for constituent letters, the site includes a search function that identifies issue-relevant public officials.
  • E-vote: Maintains lists of e-mail addresses of political leaders and encourages people to write them regarding certain global issues.
  • Electronic Voting Hot List: List of Internet sites with information about electronic voting--includes links to information about systems, protocols and risks; also includes links to information about direct democracy, vote-by-phone, and vote-by-mail.
  • Gotzeblogged: John Gøtze's weblog covering news about e-democracy, e-government, and e-governance.
  • Mindshare Internet Campaigns, L.L.C.: Mindshare Internet Campaigns, LLC develops and implements online campaign strategies to help our clients use the Internet to organize, educate, and engage citizens towards meaningful off line action.
  • Minnesota E-Democracy: A nonpartisan citizen-based project, whose mission is to improve participation in democracy in Minnesota through the use of information networks.
  • Non-Partisan Federal Candidate Campaign Money Page.: This website re-organizes Federal Election Commission data into useful forms enabling viewer to follow the money.
  • PoliticsOnline: Political consulting firm providing tools for online campaigns. Includes a daily news and information service, and a journal of politics on the Internet.
  • Pollite Lens Opinion Database: A formal long-term nonprofit debating system that allows each user to create a political platform, and respond to the platforms of others.
  • Publicus.Net: Steven Clift offers articles, commentaries, presentations, and mailing lists concerning campaign, elections, and the future of electronic democracy.
  • Teledemocracy Action News + Network (TAN+N): The web site of the Global Democracy Movement dedicated to the creative use of modern technologies and face-to-face deliberative techniques that directly empower citizens to have authentic input into the political process.
  • The Campaign Finance Information Center (CFIC): Dedicated to helping journalists cover campaigns more in-depth by following the campaign money trail. It collects state campaign finance data from across the nation, and uses the data to build a search engine that allows reporters to track political cash flow.
  • The Center for the Study of Technology and Society - Government and Politics: Web site provides links to a number of articles and news stories regarding the use of the Internet in both elections and politics.
  • VeniVidiVoti: Provides an online forum for users to write texts in furtherance of participatory democracy.
  • Virtual Activist Training Course: A primer on using the Internet for political activism.
  • Welcome to NetAction: Founded to educate the public, policy makers, and the media about technology-based social and political issues, and to promote access to and use of information technology as a tool for community organizing, outreach, and advocacy.

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