|Whitehouse||House of Representatives||Senate|
|Clinton's E-mail||1996 Fiscal Year Budget||Federal Judiciary|
|On-line Voter Registration||Project Vote Smart||CNN & Time's AllPolitics|
With the number of government organizations on-line growing daily, the Roanoke Times is one of many institutions examining the implications of this increased access.
In the Roanoke Times On-line, Sarah Huntley and Dwayne Yancey proclaim "Cyber-democracy is here. Citizens, rejoice."
Listing and rating over 20 internet locations where citizens can stay up to date on government activities, they reflect on how on-line innovations would have affected politicians in the past.
Encouraging the public to "take a byte out of politics", Huntley and Yancey list ways the public can
participate in democracy on-line which include:
"If Thomas Jefferson were alive today and feeling