Use these links to find additional information about elections on a national level.
See also links for New Voters
Nonpartisan Political Information Sites
- Campaign Disclosure Project
- Campaign Finance Institute
- Center for American Women and Politics
- Center for Public Integrity
- Center for Responsive Politics
- Commission on Presidential Debates
- Federal Election Commission
- Follow the Money (in state politics)
- Justice at Stake Campaign
- Money and Politics: Illuminating the Connection (MAPLight)
- News Batch: Your Internet Guide to Understanding of Policy Issues
- Project Vote Smart
- Public Agenda Online
- Yahoo: Elections
Newspapers and Media
Nationwide Election and Political Coverage
- Chicago Tribune Elections
- Los Angeles Times Politics
- New York Times: Politics
- Slate: Politics
- WashingtonPost.com: On Politics
Regional or Other LocalSearch for your local news media site.
- NewsLink. Ordered by state, type, and city.
- NewsDirectory.com. Ordered by type, state, area code or city.
- The White House.
- U.S. Senate.
- U.S. House of Representatives.
- Election Assistance Commission
- Federal Election Commission.
- The Federal Information Network (FedWorld).
- Library of Congress including Thomas, Legislative information
Links to the above and other sources may also be found on the Smart Voter contest pages as available.
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