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Google Translate

America Votes '08!

Major Party Official Websites

Republican National Committee

Democratic National Committee

Other Parties

Libertarian Party

Free-market.net

Libertarian.org

Reform Party U. S. A.

Green Party

Democratic Socialists of America

Communist Party USA

Socialist Party USA

New Party

Natural Law

Constitution Party
 
 

Media Coverage

The New York Times Election Guide 2008

Fox News: You Decide 2008

National Public Radio  

The Washington Post Elections 2008

The News Hour with Jim Lehrer: Vote 2008

The Wall Street Journal Campaign 2008

Christian Science Monitor  

MSNBC  Decision '08

Yahoo! News Election '08

CNN Election Center 2008

ABC News Vote '08

Miami Herald 

Chicago Tribune Election 2008

Los Angeles Times Campaign '08

USA Today  

Today's Front Pages (293 front pages from 42 countries presented alphabetically)

Campaign Advertising

The Living Room Candidate, from The Moving Image.

Dissect-An-Ad , from PBS, is an exercise developed by the Center for Media Literacy, to get you the voter (or voter-to-be) thinking critically about 1996 Presidential election campaign ads.

FactCheck.org

C-Span

Campaign Funding

CQ Political Money Line

Federal Election Commission has data on campaign contributions

PoliticalMoneyLine Federal Election Commission data in a more useful format

Follow the Money

OpenSecrets, from The Center for Responsive Politics, provides extensive campaign contribution information

Fundrace 2008

Special Interest Groups

Roll Call has a list of special interest group

People for the American Way

Interfaith Alliance

Feminist Majority

National Organization for Women

National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League

National Rifle Association

American Civil Liberties Union

John Birch Society

AFL-CIO

MoveOn.org

Heritage Foundation, the conservative think tank

InCongress collects information from interest groups on various issues before Congress

Polling

The Gallup Poll

Real Clear Politics

PollingReport.com, an "independent, nonpartisan resource on trends in American public opinion."

The George Washington University Battleground Poll

U. S. Census Voter DemographicsTruth and Accuracy

FactCheck.org, a project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center, "monitors the factual accuracy of what is said by major U.S. political players in the form of TV ads, debates, speeches, interviews, and news releases."

Public Agenda

Project Vote Smart

Campaign Humor

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

The Onion

e-democracy's links to election humor and political satire

Blogs (a small sample)

AMERICAblog.com

Andrew Sullivan: The Daily Dish

Campaign 2008 Blog: The Candidates and the World is The council on Foreign Relations' blog, focusing on the role of foreign policy in the presidential campaign.

Daily Kos

The Huffington Post

Oval office 2008 has news and commentary from a British political analyst.

Pollster.com

Talking Points Memo

Campaigns and  Elections has a directory of political blogs that is well-organized and broad in scope.

 

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