2008 - This site from University of Michigan Government Documents
contains tons of information on many election subjects, such
as how and why to vote, presidential and congressional delegates,
and even information for children on voting. It also contains
each campaign button for all 2008 presidential nominees, as well
as a wealth of info regarding past elections in our country.
- Election 2008
Resource Page - This site from the University of Georgia
reference section hosts a large amount of recent information
on the 2008 election, with a news ticker at the bottom of the
page as well as information on historical elections, the electoral
college, policies/issues, opinion polls, and campaign financing.
It also has a link for several political cartoons.
Learn About Elections & Voting - Learn About Elections
and Voting: This site from the U.S. government contains information
on the dates of many election topics, such as primaries. It also
hosts a handy FAQ section that could help answer many election
based problems. This site contains more information on past elections,
the Electoral College, and other organizations and agencies.
- Election Assistance
Commission - This site is perfect for anyone who is interested
in getting involved with the 2008 election, whether that means
just as a voter or as a volunteer or worker. It also contains
a lot of information on recent news and the EAC itself.
Resources on the Internet: North America - This interesting
website offers information on each North American country’s
particular voting procedures. Specifically for the United States,
each state has its own information. Finally, this site contains
many helpful maps for past voting as well as important statistics.
- FactCheck.org - This
site is dedicated to bringing the viewer the most possible up to
date information on the 2008 election and its candidates. It offers
many new stories on McCain and Obama, as well as a Q and A section
and other facts.
- Federal Election Commission -
This site contains much information on campaign financing as well
as on the FEC itself. The campaign financing information that this
site focuses on is for both the presidential and congressional
- Georgia Secretary
of State - This site hosts a ton of information
on the state of Georgia and how it is preparing for the 2008 election.
Other than election news, it also contains an archives section,
a news room, and many breaking news links.
- CNNPolitics.com - This site is run by CNN and contains all things
political, especially a ton of links and stories dealing with the
2008 election. It contains a top stories section as well as links
for relevant videos.