Election Law @ Moritz

Subjects: Politics, State and Local Government Law

Election Law @ Moritz is a web site maintained by Ohio State University's Moritz College of Law. Contains information about election laws, election litigation, and election news from around the nation. The focus of the web site is election administration - laws dealing with voter registration, voter ID, early and absentee voting, provisional balloting, poll workers and polling place procedures, recounts and election contests, and other related issues.

FEC Laws and Regulations

Subjects: Politics

As the independent regulatory agency responsible for administering the Federal Election Campaign Act, the FEC promulgates regulations that implement the law and issues advisory opinions that apply the law to particular circumstances. The Commission also seeks to defend and uphold the law in district and appellate courts throughout the country. This page provides access to a variety of legal resources, including the statute, regulations, advisory opinions, policy statements and non-enforcement litigation.

National Journal

Subjects: Computer Law, Health Law and Policy, Legislation, Politics

"NationalJournal.com incorporates content and resources from all branches of National Journal Group Inc.: Congress Daily, The Hotline, American Health Line, Technology Daily. Also features Hotline Mobile, polling results, campaign and issue ads, the online Almanac of American politics, buzz columns, a calendar of Washington events, and top stories from the weekly National Journal." Access Note: Georgetown Law students, faculty, and staff may create a user account for customized features like alerts, saving articles, etc. Register at the National Journal account page using your Georgetown Law email. A representative will get back to you within 24 hours with your web user account details.

Voting and Elections Collection

Subjects: Politics, Legal History, History, Statistics and Data

Integrates data, authoritative analyses, concise explanations, and historical material to provide a research and reference tool on voting and elections in America. This collection provides context-driven intelligence on the state of elections in America, from the American voter, to major and minor political parties, to actual races for Congress, the presidency, and governorships. Chronological coverage varies by office. Presidential coverage begins 1789. Election data can be downloaded.