The Presidential Election is on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
U.S. Voting & Election Resources
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The Election Process
Electoral College Teaching Resources
- Electing a U.S. President in Plain English—a short video
- Presidential Election Process—from USA.gov
- “State Laws Regarding Presidential Electors”—a summary of state laws about the procedures, which vary from state to state, for selecting slates of potential electors and for conducting the meeting of the electors, compiled by the National Association of Secretaries of State
- Commission on Presidential Debates
- U.S. Election Assistance Commission—Election Resource Library
- U.S. Election Assistance Commission—Electoral College
- U.S. Department of Justice—get information, report suspected voting fraud, and more
- U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation—information about public corruption, election crimes, and more
- University of Minnesota Humphrey School of Public
- National Association of Election Officials—Election Center
- The Federalist Papers: No.
68—The Mode of Electing the President From the New York Packet. Friday, March 14, 1788.
- U.S. Department of
State: The Electoral College (prepared for the 2012 Presidential Election)
- League of Women Voters
- Congressional Research Service Report for Congress—The Electoral College: How it Works
in Contemporary Presidential Elections
- Congressional Research Service Report for Congress—Presidential Elections in
the United States: A Primer
- The Electoral College and the National
Archives—Press Release, October 22, 2008
- Office of the Federal Register—2016 Presidential Election Pamphlet
- FiveThirtyEight: Politics Done Right—National Popular Vote Interstate