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• CongressLink
CongressLink provides resources for teachers and students of history, politics, civics, and related subjects. This site promotes student-centered and inquiry-based approaches to learning. Designed for students in the upper elementary grades through college.

• Democratic National Committee

• Republican National Committee

• Vote Smart Web
The Vote Smart Web is a new service made available by Project Vote Smart, a non-profit organization that makes factual information about politicians available for free. Project Vote Smart’s database is available in conjunction with other sources of political information found on the Internet, and is researcher assisted via an 800 number.

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• American Political Science Association
The major professional society for individuals engaged in the study of politics and government.
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