The following list of web sites
has been compiled for the purpose of assisting teachers and students in researching the civics based activities on this web site. CT-N does not condone or endorse any candidate, political party or cause. CT-N is simply presenting this information to further the public's knowledge. A link on this page to any politically affiliated website does not constitute endorsement of such site.
Connecticut General Assembly
Features a copy of the legislative guide with extensive information about membership, rules, and administrative support for both branches. Search for bills and
Connecticut State Library
Details the library's holdings and services, including state archives, history, genealogy, public records, and government
Centralized directory provides access to all federal US government web sites and documents. Browse popular areas or search the full
Official site for the state with information for the tourist and local, including lodgings, things to do and complete listing of state agency and government
League of Women Voters of Connecticut
Presents a guide for Connecticut voters for local, state and federal elections. Find an election calendar and related
The Center for Responsive Politics is a non-partisan, non-profit research group based in Washington, D.C. that tracks money in politics, and its effect on elections and public policy. The Center conducts computer-based research on campaign finance issues for the news media, academics, activists, and the public at large. The Center’s work is aimed at creating a more educated voter, an involved citizenry, and a more responsive government.
Support Democratic officials by joining the party's email list. Provides a voter-registration form and a feedback
Connecticut House Democrats
Welcome to the Connecticut House Democrats Home Page. We hope you will use this site as a tool: to find out more about your state representatives and how they are working for you; to voice your opinion on issues that concern you; to see the House of Representatives in session; or even to keep up with the news on-line.
The Connecticut State Senate Democrats Welcome You
Kevin B. Sullivan, Senate President Pro Tempore, and George C. Jepsen, Senate Majority Leader, welcome you to our Web site.
Connecticut Republican Party
Contact state officials, party staffers and other members here. Numerous links to town committees and newsletter
Connecticut House Republicans
Mission: Our mission is to listen to our fellow citizens and respond to their concerns with common sense solutions to protect individual freedoms and provide a better quality of life for all of Connecticut.
Connecticut Senate Republicans
Welcome To the Connecticut Senate Republican Web Page Senator Information Contact Info Session Update Links Press
Connecticut Office of the Governor
Comprises the governor's initiatives, speeches, a bio, and web page picks. Includes office contact
Connecticut Secretary of State
Offers the latest department press releases, a voter registration form, and an email directory. Also includes an election
Connecticut State Department of Education
Visit the commissioner's office, read through the updated press releases and look for job opportunities. Includes contact and legal
C T E D T E C H
Overseeing Educational Technology
efforts in Connecticut. Charged with
starting the Connecticut Education
First is a private, non-profit
association that promotes and conducts
law-related education programs and
projects in Connecticut's public and
private schools, courtrooms and
Close Up Foundation
Civics education program in the nation's capital offers students in the DC metro area an opportunity to discover democracy in
Connecticut Voices For Children
All of Connecticut's children deserve to grow up safe, healthy and loved. Connecticut Voices for Children is dedicated to making that goal a
National Association of Public
NAPAN proactively supports the
establishment and expansion of
noncommercial networks devoted to
providing citizens with access to
unbiased information about state
government deliberations and public
policy events in order to educate the
public and advance the public
understanding of and participation in
political processes and the development
of public policy.
Political news and current affairs from the US's cable television companies. Includes features and
Center for Civic Education
Teachers may utilize free instructional materials and lessons on democracy. Browse news articles, catalogs, research programs, and
Established to help communities work
equitably and inclusively in order to
build a strong democracy and improve the
quality of life for everyone. Free
teacher resources available.
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