Research by Subject 2012: Finding Election Information

Finding reliable sources of information on the upcoming election is often a difficult task. There is an overwhelming number of websites, blogs, Twitter feeds, etc. that cover the election in some shape or form, and determining a source’s authority/position is not always easy.

The library is here to help! Visit the library’s Election 2012: Who should I vote for? guide for access to a variety of election information sources. This guide provides links to a select set of information hubs for all aspects of the election, a collection of resources that Bucknell students have found useful in deciding who to vote for, and a series of pages devoted to providing unbiased analysis and information on President Obama’s and Governor Romney’s positions on key issues.

Please feel free to contact Brody Selleck, Subject Librarian for Political Science, for any other questions you may have about election information sources.

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