Ballotpedia:About Ballotpedia B _92403964-cf13-11e2-8edb-952dd9cf8b26 Citizens in Charge Foundation Ballotpedia was originally formed by the Citizens in Charge Foundation on May 30, 2007. Sam Adams Alliance In March of 2008, the Sam Adams Alliance became Ballotpedia's sponsor, continuing their mission of using online media to promote access to government. Lucy Burns Institute On July 1, 2009, the Lucy Burns Institute (LBI) became Ballotpedia's official sponsor. LBI is a nonprofit 501c3 organization that helps keep things running with a small editorial staff and enough server power to meet the demands of our traffic. Ballotpedia has 293,368 articles and 7,781 registered users. Donors Ballotpedia relies on the financial generosity of our donors to continue our mission of providing free and open political information. Learn more about how you can Support Ballotpedia. Thank you for your support! Ballotpedia Directors Amanda Qualls Bailey Ludlam Brittany Clingen Geoff Pallay Jaime Beran Joel Williams Justin Haas Kelly O'Keefe Maggie Woodlief Sarah Rosier Tyler King Ballotpedia Staff Alex Murray Axel Spaeh Eric Veram Greg Janetka Jennifer Springer Josh Altic Joshua Williams Lauren Dixon Luke Seeley Maresa Strano Megan Busse Nick Katers Phil Heidenreich Phil Sletten Steven Ellis _92403b9e-cf13-11e2-8edb-952dd9cf8b26 Ballotpedia cultivates thriving citizenship through the free and open sharing of information. _92403c8e-cf13-11e2-8edb-952dd9cf8b26 Information We believe in the power of information to transform lives and politics, and we're committed to making the most knowledge available to the greatest number of people. In addition to Ballotpedia, the Lucy Burns Institute hosts Judgepedia to collect information on our judiciary. The more informed we are as voters, the better our government becomes. Fairness Ballotpedia isn't a part of any political party and we don't support candidates. We're simply a community of users dedicated to fairness and openness in politics, on both sides of the aisle. Openness Participation Our users welcome responsible, knowledge-building contributions from anyone who wants to participate. People & Politics Connect people to politics. _92403d38-cf13-11e2-8edb-952dd9cf8b26 Ballotpedia is a nonprofit and nonpartisan collaborative encyclopedia designed to connect people to politics. Topics include: elections, congress, state executive officials, state legislatures, recall elections and ballot measures. You can find a full list of projects [at]. Ballotpedia's staff and volunteers particularly focus on the so-called "down-ballot" candidates and ballot measures that typically receive less attention. Ballotpedia is a wiki, which means anyone can improve it. By adding your knowledge and fixing mistakes, the quality and depth of Ballotpedia's information improves over time. _92403de2-cf13-11e2-8edb-952dd9cf8b26 e5a9081f-ed00-466a-a322-1525393d4377 2013-06-06 Owen Ambur Submit error.