Voter Information

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Ballotpedia is an online encyclopedia of American politics, covering campaign and political information at the local, state, and federal levels. Its writers, editors, and researchers strive for neutrality and a nonpartisan perspective.

C-SPAN Video Library

The C-SPAN Video Library preserves videos of political debates, speeches, rallies, and more that aired on C-SPAN. Its content is updated on a daily basis.

Can I Vote

Can I Vote is a website created by the National Association of Secretaries of States. It provides information about elections in all fifty states, including registration deadlines, absentee voting, polling locations, and what to bring when voting.

Commission on Presidential Debates

The Commission on Presidential Debates is a nonpartisan, nonprofit group that organizes debates for presidential and vice-presidential candidates. Its website provides information on debates dating back to 1858, along with transcripts of selected events and links to videos of recent debates.

Open Secrets logo for - Center for Responsive Politics

Created by the nonpartisan, nonprofit Center for Responsive Politics, Open Secrets is a comprehensive resource to track money in politics, providing information about federal campaign contributions, campaign finance, political action committees, lobbying, and more.

Political TV Ad Archive

A project of the nonprofit Internet Archive, the Political TV Ad Archive provides a searchable, viewable and shareable online archive of 2016 political television ads, paired with
fact-checking and reporting from respected organizations.


Created by the nonpartisan Sunlight Foundation, Politwoops is an archive of tweets that were published, but deleted, by local and national politicians and presidential candidates.



 Real Clear Politicslogo for real clear politics

RealClearPolitics provides a daily roundup of news and polling data from multiple sources. This website’s goal is to provide readers with ideological diversity.

U.S. Election Assistance Commission

The Election Assistance Commission’s website includes voter registration forms, links to surveys and studies about U.S. elections, and information on  the National Voter Registration Act.

Vote Smart  Vote Smart logo which is a man lifting the dome off of the Capital building

Vote Smart provides factual and unbiased information about elections and local and national candidates and elected officials, including funding, election results, legislative votes, and contacts.