Portal:New York and the U.S. Congress/Things you can do
Things you can do
Featured participatory project
This week's featured participatory project is to find pictures of all the candidates for Congress. This will replace that red link on the main state portal page and in the individual profiles with a nice, pre-formatted image. It's very easy to to this - see the main project page for full instructions on how to participate.
- The profiles on Category:Members of the U.S. Congress from New York can always use expanding. It's easy to add information - it can be something you saw in the paper today, a vote on a piece of legislation you read in one of the Congresspedia articles on legislation and issues that you'd like to individually record in your senators' or representative's profile, or something you dug up with some sleuthing of your own. (For example, see the charts for the House and Senate votes on Iraq.) Just remember to cite your sources and check the research guide for members of Congress.
- The profiles on new candidates for Congress from New York also need fleshing out. See the research guide for congressional candidates for ideas.
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