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  • The American National Election Studies - A collaboration of Stanford University and the University of Michigan, producing data on voting, public opinion, and political participation.
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  • Ballotpedia - Wiki about politics and elections, from the Lucy Burns Institute in Madison, Wisconsin.
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  • Center for Public Integrity - Consider the Source - Provide the narrative behind the flow of money and how professional politicking is influencing a flood of new spending. Individual financial profiles on PACs, nonprofit groups, donors and expenditures.
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  • The Cook Political Report - Independent, non-partisan analysis of U.S. elections.
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  • Federal Election Commission (FEC) - Daily reports of FEC actions, citizens/media guides to agency programs, campaign finance reports, reporting forms and related official information. FEC is the independent agency in charge of regulating the financing of federal political campaigns.
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  • Follow the Unlimited Money - Reporting on non-campaign election spending, organized by states, races, candidates, Super PACs and the organizations which contribute to them, independent expenditures and electioneering communications. A project of the Sunlight Foundation.
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  • FollowTheMoney.org - State-level campaign finance information now intended for academics, advocacy groups and journalists rather than the general public. Sells custom research services.
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  • FollowTheMoney.org Archives - 2012-and-earlier archives of state-level campaign contributions, searchable by candidate, contributor, office and state. Includes research and reports. From the National Institute on Money in State Politics.
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  • Google+ - Politics & Elections - Provides data and digital trends surrounding the political process.
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  • The Green Papers - Factual, non-partisan information about the general elections, primaries, caucuses, candidates, state and national political conventions, and delegate selections.
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  • Influence Explorer - Provides information on money and influence in politics by tracking the big donors, how companies and whole industries spend their political money, and recipients of money from politically connected individuals. A project of the Sunlight Foundation.
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  • Initiative & Referendum Institute - Ballotwatch - Provides regularly updated status reports on initiatives and referendums for statewide ballot.
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  • On The Issues - Provides non-partisan information about the positions and voting records of candidates on various issues. Features quizzes, FAQ and a forum.
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  • OpenCongress - Project RaceTracker - Open-source, non-partisan resource tracking every election campaign for U.S. Senators, U.S. Representatives and state governors.
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  • OpenSecrets.org - Guide to money in U.S. politics, including campaign money amounts and sources, searchable by party, candidate, lobbyist and election cycle. From the Center for Responsive Politics.
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  • OpenSecrets.org - Political Action Committees - Lists campaign contributions by Politicial Action Committees (PACs) and donations to PACs, broken down by sector, industry and unique PAC.
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  • Pew Research Center - 2016 Election - Research about the 2016 election related to polls, surveys, demographics and issues.
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  • Political MoneyLine - News and information about campaign finance including lobbyists, firms and clients; donors, PACs, parties and 527s; and candidates. From CQ Roll Call.
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  • Politics1.com - The 50 State Pages - Directory of state and congressional candidates and campaigns, state parties and local news sources.
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  • Project Vote Smart - Non-partisan information on U.S. federal and state candidates, ballot measures, issues and legislation. Includes directory of national and state political resources.
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  • Research Guides at Harvard Library - Election 2016 - Web guide includes media sites, resources, and historical data.
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  • The Rothenberg Political Report - U.S. political blog including campaign analysis and race ratings.
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  • University of Pennsylvania Library - Research Guide: U.S. Elections: Historical and Contemporary - Guide designed to assist in locating information on major U.S. political parties and the election process at the federal level.
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  • Vote-USA.org - Provides customized sample ballots, using voter's address, to provide side-by-side comparisons of candidates with pictures, bios, social media links and issue positions. Sections for voters, researchers, candidates and volunteers.
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  • Voter Information Services - Provides the group's Congressional Report Cards and Congressional Toolkit to analyze the voting records of members of Congress.
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  • Wesleyan Media Project - Tracks and analyzes all broadcast advertisements aired by or on behalf of federal and state election candidates in every media market in the country, providing real-time information on the extent of corporate and union spending in federal election campaigns across the country, who specifically is doing that spending, and which candidates are benefiting.
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