Who Will You Vote For?

If you are looking for an “unbiased, nonpartisan source to help make up your mind about election-related topics like immigration, gun control, outsourcing, national security, and more”, try Opposing Viewpoints in Context.  It is one of several databases included on the Debate & Controversy Subject Guide that will link you to articles coveringYour Vote Counts the pros- and cons- of controversial topics.

Take a look at these neat elections websites, too:

Abstracted from MeL Minutes, a service of the Library of Michigan.


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