Election 2000: Process & Issues
Presidential Candidates' Web Sites
Good men and women, and great Americans who have dedicated much of their energy and private lives hoping to serve in our highest elected offices.
Links for learning about elections and voting, and finding out who to vote for.
Campaign Contribution Laws
And, if you decide to, how much can you legally contribute to a candidate?
The Electoral College System
We all vote on Nov. 7. Then on Dec. 18, the 538 men and women of the Electoral College will elect the next president. It sounds strange, but it works -- and your vote does count. From your About Guide.
Why Keep the Electoral College? (Opinion)
Americas Founding Fathers had valid reasons for taking unlimited power to elect the president out of the peoples hands with the Electoral College. Find out what those reasons were and why they remain just as valid today as they were in 1787. From your About Guide.
Elections on November 7
Unless the same political party controls both the White House and the Congress, few of the new president's plans and policy will become reality. Control of both Houses of Congress are in the balance.
Cities and Towns Guides.
House and Senate Races
Controlling the White House is big, but a president who's party does not also control Congress is in for a tough time. What is the balance of power in Congress now, and what are the prospects for it to change on Nov. 7th?
Local and State Election Resources
Find out about voting and politics in your neck of the woods from many of About
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