US Presidential Election 2008
American democracy hinges on the knowledge of the American people. With the presidential election race now upon us, it’s a good idea to learn about the details of the election process. Our Presidential Election 2008 Web Guide provides the best resources for recent election news and information, so you can be on top of your facts and figures as readily as any expert. Welcome to the fast track of U.S. presidential elections 2008. We also offer a Spanish-language version of the Guide.
With so much information available about the 2008 election, it can be difficult to stay on track and find what you’re looking for. Let findingDulcinea take you directly to the best sources of information on the 2008 presidential candidates’ backgrounds, platforms, and voting records. Stay abreast of the evolving list of contenders, and know where they stand on the issues that matter.
- For the latest information about the candidates, visit Election News Roundup at findingDulcinea's Beyond the Headlines.
- The Web sites listed below offer some of the best overall candidate coverage available, as well as valuable news content and current campaign information. Once you’ve gotten the background information you need, visit these sources for daily updates.
- Open Secrets keeps a list of all of the ongoing and terminated campaigns in the 2008 election. The list tracks candidates’ finances, but is also a good way of remembering who participated in the race.
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