Library Catalog, use subject headings such as:
Electioneering; Electoral College; Government spending policy; Indians of North America -- Government relations; Religion in the public schools; Sovereignty; United States Constitution.
Use the library databases in these categories:
- Social Sciences
- Use USA.gov for official documents and statistics
- White Mountain Apache
- American National Election Studies from Stanford University and University of Michigan
- American Presidents from University of Virginia
- Biographical Directory of the U.S. Congress
- Bipartisan Policy Center
- CATO The Cato Institute is a public policy research organization — a think tank — dedicated to the principles of individual liberty, limited government, free markets and peace. Its scholars and analysts conduct independent, nonpartisan research on a wide range of policy issues.
- Electoral College from National Archives & Records Administration
- Founders Early Access from University of Virginia. Documents of the founding fathers that are awaiting editing before compilation into a subscription database.
- Global Voices is an international group of bloggers reporting on blogs and citizen media around the world
- Congress.gov site for US legislative information
- Council of State Governments
- Human Security Report Project
- Jamestown Foundation conservative think tank offering news and analysis about world events
- National League of Cities
- Open States: discover politics in your state maintained by the Sunlight Foundation
- Project Vote Smart
- USAGov--Index to Federal and State Governments
- Governments on the Web links by Gunnar Anzinger
- Political Science Resources maintained by Richard Kimber
- State of the Media (2014 Report) from the Pew Research Center
- States Perform from Council of State Governments
- Tax Policy Center from Urban Institute and Brookings Institution
- UN Security Council Resolutions
- White House Executive Office of the President
- World Constitution Finder from Univ. of Richmond
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