This guide is designed to help you locate academic resources for topics related to United States elections.

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Databases for Election News & Articles

Congressional Quarterly Resources

2024 Elections Topics

Explore guides to elections, voting laws, and how historical cases of alleged election fraud may shape 2024 election results using this curated collection from Sage journals. The collection also sheds light on the growing concern of disinformation campaigns, including the influence of social media on voter perception, and provides a historical overview of U.S. elections. View the collection homepage here.

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