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In This Guide
Elections are the benchmark of the democratic political process. This site aims to collect election information from around the block to around the world. This collection is a good starting place for any research needs on elections in the US and beyond. It includes various web and print resources in presidential, federal, state, local and world elections.
Resources to Get Started
Voter Registration Information
The Election Process - PBS LearningMedia videos
Interested in learning more about the national election process in the United States? PBS LearningMedia highlights the Election Process in a series of short and entertaining videos:
- Presidential Power
- Election Basics
- Political Campaigns
- Political Parties
- Election Foundations - available in English, Spanish, and with closed captions
- The General Election - available in English, Spanish, and with closed captions
Many thanks to Annelise Sklar who gave us permission to use the UC San Diego Worldwide Elections Guide as a template.