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Hello! We're looking forward to questions and comments about help and other issues.

Here's where we were at launch and the next day (after these, look for the latest on the home page):

Current status of the ClimateCongress Wikipedia Project Fifty days after starting, we launched on October 6, 2016, a month and a day before Election Day. We have basic information for over 900 individual Senate and House incumbents and 2016 candidates. We have extensive profile information (answers to the three questions above and Draft summaries to move to Wikipedia) for all 33 Senate seats that will be decided on November 8, 2016. Plus, so far, a few House seats.

October 7: Please have patience as we improve the site! Coming soon (Updated October 7): We're completing our initial search results display features. Visitors will be able to see at a glance both candidates for any race on a single page and which profiles include Draft summaries. We'll add Senators not up for election this year and make the site work better on mobile devices. As we hear from you via social media and email (all via our companion Project site--see toolbar), and in comments or questions at the Discussion tab of the Help landing page, we'll explore other capabilities. Thanks for your patience and support!