Use these resources to create state profiles and investigate issues and trends of importance in the state government.
The following resources will help you explore the state you've chosen to represent. Encyclopedia Britannica and Wikipedia offer detailed portraits of the states while USA.gov provides links to individual state government web sites. Remember to use Wikipedia judiciously!
Check the web sites of your state's Senators. These sites vary in quality and quantity of information provided, but often provide helpful insights into the current concerns of state residents.
Explore state web sites. To access most state web sites, type the two letter state postal abbreviation followed by .gov. For example: az.gov or mass.gov.