Ballotpedia is an informative, non-profit, and mostly non-partisan website that largely gathers and lists data on U.S. elections in addition to political officeholders and candidates. Powered by MediaWiki, the site was launched in 2007 and is sponsored by the Lucy Burns Institute.
Occasional liberal bias
While mostly nonpartisan, Ballotpedia once in a while shows examples of liberal bias, such as asserting the strongly conservative Todd Akin to be “far-right” based on a GovTrack chart with no specific labels on the axes. In addition, the website repeated the misleading and mostly false assertion that liberal Democrat Haley Stevens served as the “chief of staff” of Barack Obama's auto “rescue” when documents stated that Stevens was merely a “special assistant” and “confidential assistant”.