DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. LIBRARY

Government and Voter Information

California Legislative Information
View the legislative status of bills already enacted or currently under consideration by the California State Assembly and California State Senate. California codes are listed and continually updated to reflect the laws as currently in effect.

California State Government
Official California state portal contains information from the California Governor and other state offices. You can also call 1 (800) 807-6755, TTY (916) 464-1580, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding state holidays. If preferred, you may send an email to stateinfo@state.ca.gov.

Elections and Voter Information - California Secretary of State
Information about registering to vote in California, voter guides and hotline numbers, past and upcoming election results, names of current representatives, as well as information on how to contact them.

Elections and Voter Information - From the Official Web Site of the City of Los Angeles
Government of the City of Los Angeles provides information on current and past elections, voting locations, sample ballots, vote-by-mail application forms, and more.

Elections and Voter Information - From the U.S. Government's Official Web Portal
Educational resources to help you with learning the election process and voting.

Index of U.S. Government Departments and Agencies
Alphabetical listing of governmental departments and agencies including their websites and contact information.

Los Angeles City Charter, Rules and Codes
The basic law of the government of the City of Los Angeles is found in the City Charter and other important City rules, codes, and policies.

Los Angeles County - Public Information and Documents
Links to the Los Angeles County Charter, County Codes, Civil Services rules, salaries of elected officials, and other important county records and publications.

U.S. Legislative Information (THOMAS)
THOMAS is a portal created by the Library of Congress to make federal legislative information freely available to the public. Includes links to full text of bills and resolutions, House and Senate members' voting records, their contact information, and more.

ZIP Code Lookup
An online tool from the United States Postal Service. Find a ZIP code (and an extended ZIP+4 code) by entering a street address, city, and state. You can also enter a street address and ZIP Code to get a USPS standardized version of the address.


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