Election Day is November 6, and the UMass Amherst Libraries have you covered. Here are a few of our resources to help prepare for Tuesday:
Voting Resources Available Freely Online
Polling Locations for Massachusetts can be found here.
Ballotpedia provides information about the upcoming election, including a preview of what your ballot looks like.
The Election Protection Coalition is the largest and oldest nonpartisan election protection organization that helps to ensure all voters have the opportunity to vote.
If you have problems while voting, call:
Asian and Pacific Languages: 888-API-VOTE
American Sign Language: 301-818-VOTE
The Federal Election Commission provides election news and information.
The National Archives & Records Administration (NARA) has a page of voting information where you can check your registration.
The US Congress website has a list of the bills being considered this session, among other information.
The US Election Assistance Commission has resources for voters, including information in multiple languages.
UMass Amherst Libraries Resources
Congress Collection is a collection of facts about the activities of Congress, such as biographical data and voting habits of current members, and how members are rated by interest groups.
CQ Weekly (aka CQ Magazine) is a publication detailing and analyzing the activities of the U.S. Congress (articles tend to be short and to-the-point); searchable by topic.