Online Resources for Elections and Voting

Department of Justice: Civil Rights: Voting Section

Find statutes, cases, policy and guidance, and history related to voting rights from the U.S. Department of Justice.


Federal Elections Commission

Research current and historical campaign finance data for both individual candidates and political action committees.


Federal Voting Assistance Program

Guidance and resources for military and overseas voters who will be voting absentee.


GODORT’s Voting & Election Toolkits

Created by government information librarians across the country, GODORT’s state-by-state Voting & Election Toolkits are one-stop shops for voting and election information created for librarians, by librarians.


Library of Congress: U.S. Election Statistics

Resources for locating election statistics at the federal, congressional, and state levels.


National Homeless Coalition

A national network promoting voting access for low-income persons and persons experiencing homelessness.


Native Vote

A nonpartisan organization working to promote voter education, registration, and protection for Native communities.


U.S. Election Assistance Commission

Locate resources related to HAVA (Help America Vote Act) and guidance for voters with disabilities.


USA.GOV

Find answers to common questions about voting in the United States on this official government portal.


VOTE.GOV

The federal government’s official voter registration portal with links to state-by-state voter registration info.