Annotated Internet Resouces by Subject
Government and Politics
CFDA: The Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
The online version of the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance is searchable by keyword.
Offers daily news updates, policy analysis, links, email updates and opportunities to participate in the political process.
Federal Election Commission
This page contains a "Citizen's Guide to Contributions and the Law;" "Financial Information About Candidates, Parties, and PACs;" "Help for Candidates, Parties, and PACs" and material "About Elections and Voting." Moreover, the visitor can "View Contributions and Financial Reports Filed by Presidential and House Campaigns, Parties, and PACs."
Florida Department of State Division of Elections
Posted by the Florida Department of State, this server has links to "Candidates & Races," "Campaign Finance Information," "County Supervisors of Elections," "Voter Registration," "Initiative Petitions," "Laws & Procedures," "Election Calendar," "Past Elections" and "Committees."
Governments on the WWW
This page is a "Comprehensive database of governmental institutions on the World Wide Web: parliaments, ministries, offices, law courts, embassies, city councils, public broadcasting corporations, central banks, multi-national organizations, etc. [It] includes also political parties."
Greens/Green Party USA
"First organized as the Green Committees of Correspondence, The Greens/ Green Party USA is the oldest, continuously active Green organization in America."
Online Sunshine - The Florida Legislature
This site provides a "Citizen's Guide," "Daily Calendars and Journals," Florida "Statutes and Constitution," "Lobbyist Information" and "Members," "Session Summary," "Bills" and "Committees" for both houses of the Florida Legislature.
Republican National Committee
Updated daily with news and commentary from the RNC.
St. Lucie County On-line
This site contains material on St Lucie County's government departments and elected officials.
State and Local Government on the Net
This server contains links to regional, state, county and municipal governmental organizations, as well as "Multi-State Sites" and "National Organizations."
THOMAS Legislative Information on the Internet
The THOMAS page contains information on Congressional activities in the past week, bills, laws, committees, the legislative process and government resources on the Internet as well as historical documents and the text of the Congressional Record for the 101st through the 108th Congresses.
United States House of Representatives
The House's page provides a wealth of detail about the lower chamber's organization, composition and activities. It also has an internal search engine which identifies local representatives by Zip Code+4.
United States Senate
This site offers information on the Senate's procedures, membership, leadership, committees and legislative action.
USA.gov links to many web sites for Federal and State information. The site can be searched by states or territories and has an advanced search field. There is a section for contacting government agencies, organizations, elected officials, frequently asked questions, a telephone, and an e-mail directory. There are links to the White House, state, local and tribal sites, and international governments that includes information on other countries, programs that promote cross-cultural exchange, and U.S. foreign policy. There are gateways for citizen, business, and government.
Welcome to the White House
While much contained in this page is designed to enhance the image of the current occupant of the Oval Office, Welcome to the White House has an "Interactive Citizen's Handbook," a link to White House history, tourist information and a "Briefing Room" with government statistics.