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Voting Resources

This is a guide to help you apply research skills and become an informed voter.

Welcome

Your Vote Matters

The purpose of this guide is to help you find research materials online and in the library.  You may use the tabs above or, alternatively, the links below to navigate within this research guide related to Voting.

What does it take to be an informed voter?

  • Research It takes time and research to make informed decisions.  Things to research in regards to voting include the candidates, the issues, the offices, the ballot measures, your voting rights, and also, when, where, and how to vote. A major part of the research is fact checking what you already know and what you're learning.

Check out Eckerd's resources on voting: vote.eckerd.edu/voting-resources.

Contact Your Elected Officials

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