Below are some great tools to stay informed and get engaged in the democratic process.
Library of Congress THOMAS Find information on federal legislative activities and bills.
Congress.org Non-partisan news and information. You can sign up to receive weekly e-mails on how your Representative and Senators voted on issues.
Congressional Quarterly's "Congress 101"
The Congressional Record Searchable. You can also subscribe to a daily digest. Records each vote, speech.
Govtrack.us Track Congress.
The Week in Congress
Track Money in Politics
Coffee Party's Briefing on Money in Politics (PDF)
MAPlight.org Connect the dots to money and votes
Campaign Finance Reform / Fair Election Now Act / Disclose Act
Coffee Party Blog Radio show on Campaign Finance Reform (3/25/2010)
Americans for Campaign Reform Non-partisan, grassroots organization whose mission is to mobilize support for public funding of all federal elections
Campaign Finance Institute Conducts research and education, empanels task forces, and makes recommendations for policy change in the field of campaign finance
Fair Elections Now Act
Petition to Support Fair Election Now Act
Fix Congress First / Lawrence Lessig A project of Change Congress, a non-partisan advocacy organization whose purpose is to protect the independence of Congress by fighting the influence of money in politics.
League of Women Voters Campaign Finance Reform
Petition to support the DISCLOSE Act
Move to Amend
Public Campaign Library on money and politics
Getting a Grip on Money and Politics (Video)
Clean Elections: Changing the Face of Democracy (Video)
Wall St. Reform
Coffee Party's Briefing Paper on Wall St Reform
Coffee Party's Organizer tool kit for Clean up Wall St & K St campaign (PDF)
Coffee Party petition for Wall St. Reform
Coffee Party Blog Radio with Elizabeth Warren
Americans for Financial Reform A coalition of 200 organizations calling for financial reform now.
This American Life - Planet Money
Pew Financial Reform Project
Education and Voter Registration