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POLSC3201 - Silver

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Selected books (print and electronic)
  • Guide to Congress. CQ Press, 2008. REFERENCE JK1021 .C565 2008
  • ProQuest Statistical Abstract of the United States. Bernan Press, 2015. REFERENCE HA202
  • United States Government Manual. Office of the Federal Register et al., 2014. REFERENCE JK421 .A3. (also available at www.usgovernmentmanual.gov)

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Senator Information

  • Americans for Democratic Action
  • The American Conservative Union
    • On the top menu, click on Rating and, then,  Federal Legislative Ratings.
  • Center for Responsive Politics (opensecrets.org)
    An action-oriented research organization that provides data and written analysis on the effect of interest groups on elections and policy.
     
  • GovTrack.us
    A website focused on U.S. government transparency whose goal is to help "ordinary citizens find and track bills in the U.S. Congress and understand their representatives’ legislative record."
     
  • Project Vote Smart
    • Contains candidate biographies, voting records, issue positions, public statements, campaign finance and interest group ratings for federal and state elections.
    • Information on ballot initiatives and current legislative votes organized by state.
    • Provides links to resources to learn more about the elections and the election process.
    • Learn how to register to vote in your state of legal residence.
    • For listing of political parties, see [http://votesmart.org/political-parties#.UFoSua5N4Yw] and select the desired state.
Further Information
Explore these resources for information on both your senator.

Newspapers by State/Region

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  • From the Search by Subject or Topic menu, select Biographical Information under the heading People, Places and Things.
     
Additionally, explore the newspaper and magazine resources listed on the homepage of this guide.
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Public Opinion Resources
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Statistical Resources
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