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This guide features information and resources for research about the United States electoral process on the federal, state, and local level.

Election Web Resources

Listed below are "general" Election Web sites. Click the drop-down menu from the "Find Web Sites" tab above to access Election Web Resources organized into specific categories.

Democracy and Elections 2024

"In an era of mis- and disinformation, evidence-based research and critical thinking skills are essential for understanding our complex political landscape. This collection of freely accessible social and behavioral science-based resources will support both classroom-based and scholarly discussions surrounding the upcoming elections. As we approach a pivotal moment in history, with over 60 national elections set to take place in 2024, this unprecedented wave of democratic engagement underscores the importance of informed discourse." 

Register and Vote

Use this guide to gather information to guide your choices in the voting booth (or when filling out an absentee ballot). In the meantime, make sure that you register so you can exercise your right to vote!

Beyond Google

Even though Google is capable of finding a great many Web sites, the task of wading through and evaluating these sites can be quite daunting. This page is meant to save you time by presenting recommended Web sites that have been evaluated by librarians.

Click the link below for more information about evaluating resources, including explanations of Web site domains, such as .edu, .gov, .org, .com, .net, and so on.