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Posted on April 7, 2014

Does your organization have a particular interest in how politicians vote on proposed laws? Are there certain politicians you feel better represent your organization’s interests over others? One way organizations can make their members or followers aware of how politicians are voting on select issues of importance is to distribute legislative scorecards. Legislative scorecards are compilations of the voting records of politicians currently in office on proposed bills or ordinances. Legislative scorecards can be useful tools for organizations to inform and update their members or followers, but 501(c)(3) organizations must use caution and comply with specific regulations when distributing legislative scorecards or theyblurred-business-shake.jpg risk losing their tax-exempt status. A new article on our website details those specific regulations.

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