The Cicero API matches addresses, zip codes, or coordinates to legislative districts and elected official contact information. Cicero easily integrates into an organization's existing web application or data management software. Local, state, and national data is available for the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and Mexico.
In addition to geocoding addresses and matching them to the correct legislative districts, Cicero returns maps of each district and detailed information about each elected official including office addresses, emails, and social media identifiers. Cicero also provides non-legislative district matching for census data, counties, school districts, watersheds, and police districts.
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The Cicero Java Sample Code by Aviv Keshet demonstrates how to communicate with the API, providing setup with indications to install. As a service, Cicero can access address-based legislative matching features.