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Voting / Elections

Candidate Information

  • N.C. Voter Guide
  • Project Vote Smart
    Project Vote Smart is a non-partisan, nonprofit educational organization that provides information about candidates, campaign issues, etc.
    Nonpartisan guide to money's influence on U.S. elections and public policy.

Elected Officials

Law & Legislation

Statistics & Polls

  • Library of Congress: U.S. Election Statistics
    Compilation of resources that contain U.S. election statistics for both federal and state elections.
  • Printable Election Maps 1789-2008
    These Presidential Elections printable maps show electoral votes won, by political party, for the fifty-six Presidential elections from George Washington in 1789 to Barack Obama in 2008.
  • Election Statistics 1920-2010
    Since 1920, the Clerk of the House has collected and published the official vote counts for federal elections from the official sources among the various states and territories.
  • U.S. Electoral College
    Vote totals and historical results beginning with 1789.
  • Presidential Approval Highs and Lows
    Roper Center compilation of data from various polls, beginning with FDR.
  • Voting & Registration (U.S. Census Bureau)
    Voting and Registration data have been collected biennially in the November Current Population Survey (CPS) since 1964. The statistics presented are based on replies to survey inquiries about whether individuals were registered and/or voted in specific national elections.
  • U.S. Politics: Pew Research Center
    The Pew Research Center for the People & the Press is an independent, non-partisan public opinion research organization that studies attitudes toward politics, the press and public policy issues.
  • Politics & Elections: Pew Forum
    Pew Research Center page featuring public opinion polls, news, analysis and data.




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