National Public Radio maintains an up to date web site of all topics related to the current presidential campaign.
Political Science Resources
This site from the University of Michigan lists numerous resources related to the discipline of politics and political science including periodicals.
CongressVote.com is a nonpartisan forum created to give engaged citizens a place on the Web to discuss, debate and inform themselves on key legislative issues arising before Congress. Their goal is to provide an inside look at current issues before the U.S. Congress through Op-Ed's and Q & A sessions with Members of Congress, as well as interactive discussions, news, legislative updates, polls and information resources.
National Journal Group Inc. is a leading publisher of magazines, newsletters, books and directories for people who have a professional interest in politics, policy and government. Based in Washington, D.C., National Journal Group Inc. is committed to providing publications and services that are nonpartisan, reliable and of the highest quality.
for Responsive Politics
OpenSecrets.org is a nonpartisan guide to money's influence on U.S. elections and public policy. Whether you're a voter, journalist, activist, student or interested citizen, use this free site to shine light on your government, Count cash and make change.
Project Vote Smart
Project Vote Smart is a national library of factual information on over 13,000 candidates for public office -- Presidents, Governors, Congress and State Legislatures. Candidates are covered in five basic areas: backgrounds, issue positions, voting records, campaign finances and the performance evaluations made on them by over 80 conservative to liberal special interests.
Political Science Resources in Baylor Libraries
This list of resources for the study of political science was compiled by the Central Libraries Reference staff.