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.
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Campaign spending is one of the biggest issues in the current political debate. This section of the guide illuminates the importance of campaign finance and shows how it applies to the progress of each of the 2008 presidential candidates. Use it to track the specific funding given to each candidate and the sources of those donations.
- If you want to learn a lot about a candidate, track his or her donors. Use these sites to find out who has given to a campaign, and then do some independent research on the groups or individuals who have given to each candidate. You can gain valuable insight into a candidate based on who supports him or her.
- If you don’t want to donate money to a campaign but are interested in supporting it, you can always offer your time. Go to your candidate’s official Web site to find out how you can volunteer. Otherwise, go to Meetup to learn how you can get involved in individual campaigns through meetings and other volunteer opportunities.