This guide will connect you with election information--data and analysis--from around the block to around the world. This collection includes online and print resources in presidential, federal, state, local, and foreign elections.
The Student Organized Voter Committee tables in the Library and around campus to help you register to vote. Their site also has information about polling places on campus and other resources for UC San Diego voters.
Get a paper registration form @ UCSD
Voter registration forms are available in Geisel Library at the Info Desk and on the table across from Classroom 2 (Room 276) in the lobby on the main floor (where the suggestion box is located).
United States election voting reference works with downloadable elections data. Covers the American voter, to major and minor political parties, actual races for Congress, the Presidency, and governorships. Election data can be downloaded in csv or tsv and earliest date of coverage varies by office: President (national summary: 1789; county detail: 1920); Senate (national summary: 1908; county detail: 1968); Governor (national summary: 1824; county detail: 1967); House (national summary: 1824; district detail: 1968)
Find reporting, analysis on Congressional issues in the news and coverage of the status of bills, votes and amendments, floor and committee activity, and backroom maneuvering. Includes:
CQ Researcher Plus Archive
Political Handbook of the World
Politics in America
Supreme Court Yearbook
Voting and Elections Collection
Type in your address, find your polling location and a guide to your local candidates and issues. A partnership between MapLight and the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund’s Smart Voter.