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Civics 101: Information on Elections and Voting   Tags: civics, elections, government, political, politics, social sciences, united states, voting  

Democracy cannot survive without citizens who participate. Use this guide to find information on when, where, and how to vote, information about candidates and issues, and information about politics in the United States.
Last Updated: Aug 15, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Get Out and Vote


This guide is intended to help you find information about issues and candidates for upcoming elections in New Jersey and the United States. Please use these tools to make informed decisions, and then vote for the candidates you prefer. Your vote is important.


Learning about the Election Process

Elections: The American Wa

From the Library of Congress, a primer on American elections.

Presidential Election Process

From the Federal government, basic information about the election process.

Debate Watching 101 

From the League of Women Voters, how to watch a debate.

Everything You Need to Know about Presedential Primaries 

Get help understandint the primary process, from the League of Women Voters.



This guide was developed by Leslie Murtha, Atlantic Cape Community College Libraries
Published Augjist 2017. Based on guide developed for 2016 presidential election.


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