Links of Interest

 

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Parks, Recreation and Tourism
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State of Illinois
Student Resources
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State of Illinois   (back to top)

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Voter Information   (back to top)

  • Illinois State Board of Elections See your registration information and polling place. Learn more about how to register.
  • Fact Check (non-partisan guide for voters) Monitors the factual accuracy of what is said by major U.S. political players in the form of TV ads, debates, speeches, interviews and news releases. 
  • League of Women Voters of the US (non-partisan group for citizens) provides voting information 
  • Project Vote Smart (non-partisan guide for voters) Candidate biographies, voting records, issue positions, speeches and campaign finance information
  • Center for Responsive Politics (non-partisan guide for voters) provides information for federal campaign contributions, lobbying data, lists of donors by donor name and candidate name. Note –covers only information required to be made public 
  • Student Voting Guide Useful for both first-time and out-of-state voters. Information includes: The myths of voting in college, How to vote in all 50 states, & Why the student vote matters.
  • www.procon.org (non-partisan guide for voters) Nonprofit public charity with no government affiliation. The site researches controversial issues and presents the pro and con arguments and presidential candidates’ positions on some of those issues.