Government

Be sure to check out the Links on the Research Links page - Lots of Great Links and Information.

Ben's Guide to U.S. Government
http://bensguide.gpo.gov/9-12/index.html
This site is one of the best ways to access all the government websites for students. You can search by subject, agency or just alphabetically. Wide range of topics on the government as well as links to all the agency websites.

Census http://www.census.gov

Civics Online -primary sources and teacher resources.
http://www.civics-online.org/teachers/teacherresources.php

FirstGov for Kids
http://www.kids.gov/
This is the U.S. Government interagency Kids' Portal. Provides links to Federal Kids' sites along with some of the best kids sites from other organizations all grouped by educational subjects.

White House
http://www.whitehouse.gov/
Terrific site for information on the Office of the President, the Vice President and the First Lady. There is very useful current and historical information for homework. Also useful for press briefings and breaking White House news.

White House Historical Association
http://www.whitehousehistory.org/
Everything you ever wanted to know about the histroy of the White House. This site is also an excellent classroom and reference tool. Documents, artwork, drawings, and other primary sources put you on the path that professional historians tread.

Women League of Voters
http://www.lwvmesa.org/

Vote Colorado.org
http://www.votecolorado.org/default.asp
Find out where the candidates you will be voting for stand on the major issues facing Colorado.

See the "links" section for elections links, organizations links and ballot initiative links. The Ballot initiative links include both pro and con for each.

Mesa County Government Pages
http://www.co.mesa.co.us/index.html - Top
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