The Library of Congress put together this great election web site about the role of candidates and voters and how party systems and the election process works.
Get voter information, learn who the candidates are and register to vote.
Congress created the Federal Election Commission (FEC) to administer and enforce federal campaign finance laws.
This nonpartisan resource provides information on the voting records, positions, and interest group ratings of elected officials.
Learn about the voting process, who can vote, elections and the history of voting rights.
Presidential historians and other experts on the leadership qualities that make for success or failure in the Oval Office.
Ben explains the election process, including Presidential, Senate and Representatives elections and voter registration.
For over 20 years Rock the Vote has be motivating young people to register to vote and to get involved in the political process.
This web site looks at the history of voting methods in the United States and how ballots and voting systems have evolved over the years.
You can help your tween participate in the election process.