Major Party Official Websites
Republican National Committee
Democratic National Committee
Reform Party U. S. A.
Democratic Socialists of America
Communist Party USA
Socialist Party USA
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
Chicago Tribune Election 2008
Los Angeles Times Campaign '08
Today's Front Pages (293 front pages from 42 countries presented alphabetically)
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.
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
Special Interest Groups
Roll Call has a list of special interest group
People for the American Way
National Organization for Women
National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League
National Rifle Association
American Civil Liberties Union
John Birch Society
Heritage Foundation, the conservative think tank
InCongress collects information from interest groups on various issues before Congress
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."
Project Vote Smart
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
e-democracy's links to election humor and political satire
Blogs (a small sample)
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.
The Huffington Post
Oval office 2008 has news and commentary from a British political analyst.
Talking Points Memo
Campaigns and Elections has a directory of political blogs that is well-organized and broad in scope.