US Elections: Links

Published: Thu 26 Oct 2000 01:58 PM
A selection of useful links for monitoring in the run-up to the US Presidential elections on November 7th.
Presidential Debates:
Commission on Presidential Debates
Official site for info on the debates; good source for history, qualifications, process, site selection, members.
Electoral College:
There is a great site for MAPS at:
Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections
This is a real fountain of information represented graphically with maps, pie charts and tables. It goes back to the election of 1824.
Electoral College--National Archives and Records Administrative--
This is the official USG repository for all things related to the Electoral college.
Another good site for history and general explanation is The Green Papers at
Best for day to day reporting is: Polling Report at
Campaigns and Elections--Odds
Best track record for professional political analysis and prediction of winners in all Federal contests (that includes Hillary)
Election Night fun:
Two sites that could be of use at election parties are:
An electoral college calculator:
Be your own CNN and input winners state by state. Calculations are done by the website showing results on a map and by numerical electoral college vote tallies
The site:, lets you tally the votes, but does not have the colored map to go along with it.
For a chart of how many electoral college votes will be decided each hour based on time zone and closing time of polls see:
The Green Papers:
Don’t know who to vote for? Answer SelectSmart’s questions, and it will tell you who you views most closely parallel:

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