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Launched in 2007 in Middleton, Wisconsin, Ballotpedia dubs itself “the encyclopedia of American politics” with good reason. It has a quarter of a million articles on candidates, races, and districts across the country. And it’s going to continue to grow. As its About page notes, there are 507,000 elected officials in America. Ballotpedia employs a staff of more than 60 writers and researchers. It is committed to neutrality.

 

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