The following sites provide both specific and general information about the 2004 elections, the student vote, how to register, and more. The use of links in this Web site does not constitute an endorsement of any site's content.
Project Vote Smart
Factual information on every 2004 presidential candidate, including issue positions, campaign finance, interest group ratings, and more -- plus a national search directory of current legislators.
The Gallup Organization
Keep track of Gallup's public opinion polls concerning the election, the economy, international viewpoints, and more.
ABC News: Politics 2004
ABCNews.com's compendium of election coverage, including primaries, candidates, and community discussion.
BBC News World Edition: Vote USA 2004
The British Broadcasting Corporation's in-depth guide to the U.S. presidential election.
CBS News: Campaign 2004
CBS's interactive guide to the election year, including a video gallery of campaign ads.
CNN Special: Election 2004
Breaking news, issues, primaries preview, candidate profiles, an election calendar, and more.
FOX News: You Decide 2004
MSNBC: Decision 2004
MTV's Rock the Vote
Issues, activism, volunteer opportunities, and more for college-age voters.
Resources for first-time voters, including an online registration form and tips on coordinating voter registration drives.
Who Represents Me?
Determine your Texas voting district by entering your street address.
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)
Political action for U.S. Hispanics, including voter registration and demographic information.
League of Women Voters
Resources on issues, elected officials, and more, including the League's Take a Friend to Vote program.
The NAACP's nonpartisan Voter Empowerment Program is dedicated to increasing awareness and participation in the political process by the African American community.