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Below are sites that may inform and inspire you, the descriptions are their own. Please forward any additions you may have.
New Milford Town Democratic Committee — the New Milford, CT Democratic Party
Danbury Town Democratic Committee — the Danbury, CT Democratic Party
The Huffington Post—The internet newspaper
The Politico—Top political news
Real Clear Politics—Selected commentaries, news, polling data, and links to important resources from all viewpoints
Slate — Daily magazine offering general-interest analysis and commentary about politics, news, and culture
Big Think — Introduction to the brightest minds and boldest ideas of our time
CT News Junkie — Connecticut news site that understands the usual media offerings just…aren’t…enough.
CT Citizen Action Group — CCAG has created change in the areas of quality, affordable health care, protection of consumers, the environment, and democracy. Started by Ralph Nader in 1970.
The Connecticut Mirror — A nonprofit, nonpartisan outlet that produces deep reporting on government policies and politics. Only state news organization with a full-time reporter in Washington, D.C.
VAN Summary — VAN (Voter Action Network/ Votebuilder) is a database used nationally by Democratic campaigns (summary provided by Texax Dems)
The Cook Political Report—Political analysis
Bill Moyers and Company —The truth about power: blogs, essays, videos.
Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting—Well-documented criticism of media bias and censorship from a progressive national media watch group
Daily Kos— Premier political community. Provides individual and group blogs, news for a variety of netroots activists focusing on progressive policies and candidates. Includes a participatory political encyclopedia and glossaries.
Pollster.com—Poll results and a daily commentary that explains, demystifies and critiques political polling for insiders and the general public.
Federal Election Commission—The Federal Election Commission’s Campaign Finance Disclosure Portal provides maps, who contributed to what, PAC stats, etc.
Open Secrets —Tracks the influence of money on U.S. politics. Identify donations from specific Sherman residents.
Nate Silver’s Political Blog—(Known for its great 2008 presidential election predictions. Not so good thereafter. But interesting site.)
Connecticut Campaign Reporting System—This site allows the public to search, browse and download information from campaign finance reports filed by political committees with the state’s election enforcement commission.
Take Action – some how To’s—Another page on this site providing links that explain how to achieve results politically and related resources.