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- List of links to media opinion, radio shows, history, and other election info.
American Web Design
- Specializing in the designing of original web pages for Republican candidates of local, state and national office.
Asian American Politics
- Asian American candidates and issues, close Congressional races, voting records, Presidential election, Hall of Shame, statistics of Asian Americans at colleges and law firms.
- Provides regularly updated status reports on initiatives and referendums for statewide ballot.
Campaigns and Elections - Congressional Quarterly
- Offers election news and background information, guide allowing you to compare your views to those of your elected representative, and related links. Portions of site require subscription.
D.C.'s Political Report
- Offers campaign summaries with links to candidates, elected offices, government agencies, political parties and political organizations.
Election Day Simulation
- Free computer simulation designed both to entertain and inform players about the workings of the election process.
- Regular updates of ongoing campaigns in all states. Plus detailed results of all Presidential, gubernatorial, and U.S. Senate elections 1948-96 and a chance to vote on a variety of issues.
- Information about young candidates in elections 2008-2024. Vote in polls or email perspective candidates.
Internet Voters Guide
- A non-partisan voters guide to candidates, campaigns, and elections across the United States.
Mars, Venus and Uncle Sam
- Women.com and Good Housekeeping magazine examines the core issues and political influences that affect men's and women's voting habits.
- Create and run a web-based mock election for your school or organization, teaching government and democratic lessons.
National Institute on Money in State Politics
- The Follow the Money site that investigates campaign contributions on state legislative and gubernatorial campaigns
Politics and Political Campaigns
- An introductory look at key parties, personalities, and events surrounding the evolution of political campaigns in American history.
Project Vote Smart
- Extensive nonpartisan information on elected officials' voting records and candidates' positions. Covers federal and state offices throughout the United States.
- Non-partisan, "internet activism web portal" allowing voters the chance to confidentially express their views on the issues that their choosing.
The Democracy Network (D-Net)
- A nonpartisan system for providing voter information on the Internet, free to all certified candidates and, of course, to all voters, sponsored by the League of Women Voters and Grassroots.com. Candidates are invited to include their position statements, endorsements, email address and other information.
The Green Papers
- Facts, figures, and tidbits about caucuses, primaries, delegate selection, state conventions, party conventions, and the candidates.
- A site that intends to build a directory of federal, state and local campaign websites.
- Political information, products and services, including free candidate web sites. Offers campaign management software.
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