This is going to be fun. There is now an official open database on Congress! You Wiki and add the facts on the way your member voted, information on the staff and lots of other complete profile information that has been spread out across the web.
If you are developing a story or kicking out a web page that mentions a represenative (Don Sherwood) make sure you link to the Congresspedia page.
Link: Congresspedia - SourceWatch.
Welcome to the debut of Congresspedia, the “citizen’s encyclopedia on Congress.” Congresspedia is a bold new experiment by the Center for Media and Democracy (http://www.prwatch.org) and the Sunlight Foundation (http://www.sunlightfoundation.com/) in distributed citizen journalism. It is based on the wiki model (think Wikipedia) and is a subset of the Center’s SourceWatch wiki. We are starting with 539 articles – one for every current member of Congress, the non-voting delegates, and former Rep. Randy “Duke” Cunningham. However, we hope that this is only the foundation upon which Congresspedia contributors (like you!) will build upon by not just adding to those profiles but also by creating new articles on any subject related to Congress that falls within the bounds of our policies and article guidelines.